Denial Of Former President Weah, Wife Access To Airport VIP Lounge Anger CDCians

Following his reported denial to access the VIP Lounge at the Roberts International Airport by the Former Liberian President, George Manneh Weah upon his return from abroad allegedly by some highest ups, some members of the former ruling party, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) have publicly expressed displeasure over the situation.

Speaking to the GNN immediately after the incident, some top officials of the former ruling party said they are surprised of the action at the airport upon the arrival of the former President, noting that the VIP Lounge in question was constructed by the former Liberian President during his tenure as President, and wondering as to why should he be denied of the facility.

This unexpected turn of events has caused quite a stir among the public and raised eyebrows as to why he would be denied entry to a structure that he built during his tenure as President. Many are left wondering if there are underlying political motives at play or if there are other reasons behind this denial.

Regardless, this incident has sparked widespread speculation and discussion, with some questioning the motives of those in power. As the situation unfolds, the public eagerly awaits an explanation for this puzzling occurrence.

Reacting to the allegation that the current government is behind such action to denial the former President to the RIA VIP Lounge, the current presidential press secretary, Kula Fofana has clarified that the government is not in the know of what happened at the Airport with the former Liberian President

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  4. Anonymous says

    This is evil!
    And it is an evil that Africans MUST stop. Little people belittle others, and Honourable people honour others! Even if ex-President Weah did not build the lounge, he should be entitled to its use as would ANY sitting President – Liberian or Foreign!!!
    Africa must return to a culture of honour and vengeful politics. Whatever this man did or failed to do in office is now over and done with. We should all move on and prove we are better by doing better.
    This is a shameful act and the government needs to step up, refute this and punish the officer who either gave this order or who failed to give the right order. This must be done both to make a statement of disavowal and institute a culture of change in favour of honour. Let’s all remember too, that karma awaits all, not for WHY you did what you did nor by WHOM you did it to, but simply for what you DO. What everyone does is the seed for their own Karma. What you do to everyone is the seed for yours.
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