What Has President George Weah Been Doing?

A tax review, citizenship for foreigners, a price cut for the country's staple rice and more appointments to his team - this is what the first month of Liberia under President George Weah.

  • Liberia:   Weah Makes More Appointments

    New Dawn, 6 February 2018

    President George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments in Government, pending confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable. Read more »

  • Liberia:   Weah Negotiates Reduction in Price of Rice, Liberia's Staple

    Govt of Liberia, 2 February 2018

    President George Manneh Weah has acknowledged the favorable response of rice importers to his request for reduction in the price of the nation's staple food. The rice importers… Read more »

  • Liberia:   'Don't Divide Liberia '

    New Dawn, 5 February 2018

    Citizens in Montserrado County and its environs are urging President George Manneh Weah not to divide Liberia with his recent proposal of granting citizenship to foreigners and… Read more »

  • Liberia:   Still in Charge

    New Democrat, 5 February 2018

    President George Weah has admitted to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's influencing role in his government as speculated and predicted by political opponents and analysts… Read more »

  • Liberia:   Weah's Prophet Differs On Citizenship

    New Dawn, 2 February 2018

    President George Manneh Weah's private prophet, Bishop Emeritus Matthew T. Gueh says he does not agree that citizenship should be granted to foreigners before they could do what… Read more »

  • Liberia:   Govt to Review Taxes

    New Dawn, 5 February 2018

    President George Manneh Weah's nominees for senior level positions at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Comptroller General Designate Janga Kowo and Deputy Minister… Read more »

President George Weah during his first State of the Nation address.

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