Liberia's Economic Woes Deepen
Nimba County Representative, Samuel Kogar, says President George Weah's travels to the Arab World and Asia for foreign help will not bring much-needed solutions to revive the country's crumbling economy. He wants a Liberian legislative delegation to meet U.S. Congress and plead for immediate intervention.
Lawmaker Wants U.S. Intervention
New Dawn, 3 December 2019
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