Expectations are high following the swearing-in of the 24th president of Liberia, George Tawlon Manneh Oppong Ousman Weah, and his deputy Jewel Howard Taylor. The new national leader told Liberians to "be ready for visible and major positive changes" via his Twitter feed.
Why the Chief of Protocol Made So Many Mistakes
New Dawn, 23 January 2018
Liberia's Chief of Protocol Javis Witherspoon appears to have been in a dreamland on Monday. Whether he was overwhelmed or not, the Liberia chief MC made several mistakes on the… Read more »
President George Weah Begins Parliamentary Ministerial Screenings
Guardian, 23 January 2018
George Manneh Weah who was sworn in yesterday as president in a grand ceremony in Monrovia seems to be in a haste to score more political goals in his very poor nation as the… Read more »
Weah - 'My Mandate Is to End Corruption in Public Service'
Observer, 23 January 2018
In his inaugural speech yesterday, President George Manneh Weah assured Liberians that the mandate given him is to end corruption in public service. Read more »
Former football star George Weah will soon be sworn in as president of Liberia. He's replacing Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, who's ... see more »
Soccer Legend George Weah Sworn in As President
Deutsche Welle, 22 January 2018
Football legend George Weah's inauguration ceremony has marked the country's first democratic transition of power since 1944. Liberians are placing their hopes on him, but he has a… Read more »
Former international football star, George Weah, has been sworn in as Liberia's new president. The 51-year old has taken over from Nobel laureate, ... see more »
He hung his boots as an active player in 2003, but at 51, football legend George Weah still maintains his ball coordination and goal scoring abilities as defenders still find it ... Read more »
George Weah addresses the crowd at his presidential inauguration on January 22, 2018.
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