LIBERIA: Mixing Politics With Religion, Senator Weah Holds Regular Church Services At His Residence

The Standard Bearer of Liberia’s main opposition political party, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), and Montserrado County Senator, football legend, George Manneh Weah is said to be mixing politics with religion by establishing a preaching hub at his residence.

Worshippers in their numbers at his preaching hub at his residence, the Family Fellowship were fascinated as they glued to their seats listening to the one time world Footballer of the year, delivering his sermon to his congregation.

The sermon of the Montserrado County Senator was spiritually filled, as he kept on speaking to his congregation about the importance of knowing God.

The scene at the Family Fellowship today amazed lots of those who for their first time saw Weah preaching, and could not believe their eyes and ears to see a man who at one time during the early days of his football career announced his interest for the Muslim religion.

The Montserrado County is the second Liberian lawmaker to establish a preaching point (Church). The first was warlord and Nimba County Senator, Prince Y, Johnson who few years ago established a Church.

At most of his services, the former Liberian warlord use his preaching time to lambast his opponents, and also speaking about his military strength during the Liberian civil war which took the lives of over 500,000 and the destruction of Liberia; making thousands of its citizens to flee to foreign lands for fear of their lives.


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