“My Husband Is Not Prepared” – Senator George’s Wife Breaks Silence

FLASH BACK: Clar Weah wife of Liberian presidential candidate and international soccer star George Weah looks over her ballot after voting October 11 2005

Mrs. Clar Weah, the legally wedded wife of Ambassador George Weah says she sees Liberia as a dangerous state under the administration of Congress for Democratic Change (CDC).

According to the an online newspaper, the Perspective quoting a U.S. based news outlet, Mrs. Weah was speaking in the United States regarding her husband’s desire to seek the nation’s highest office.

George Weah and wife, Clar Weah: Getty Images – AFP ISSOUF SANOGO

Clar reportedly said, “My husband is really not prepared for the task, but African men sometimes are moved by sentiments and greed, but George is not prepared.”

He, George lacks the moral rectitude to even lead an organization let alone a nation of 4 million people, but again I am not surprised by those that are following him.

As they say in their local Liberian adage “There are 3 types of human being on earth, white man, black man and Liberia man. It’s a local joke there but I must admit it’s a damn fact.

“I have no plan to live in Liberia if George is president because as I speak, he has been fornicating all the time during our marriage. He has kids with Meapeh Gono and Mccdella Cooper respectively the later is also a candidate in the upcoming election.

He has taken another wife (Mamie Doe) who is a Liberian to be known as first lady, simply because I am a Jamaican.”

Efforts to contact Mr. Weah’s media advisers, and spokespersons did not materialize as their phones were either switch off or out of coverage areas.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.