President Weah Return Home After Spending 48 Days Abroad

Liberian Leader, President George Manneh Weah

The Liberian leader, President George Manneh Weah and his entourage returned home today, December 19, 2022 after spending 48 days abroad which led to a protest rally by the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) on his long stay out of the country and hardship being encountered by citizens.

Despite of critics’ condemnations of his long stay out of the country, the Liberian leader said his stay out of the country from November 1, 2022 which took him to Morocco, Egypt, and France, before traveling to watch his son play in the US soccer team at the World Cup in Qatar, and then attending the US-Africa Business Summit in Washington is in the interest of the country and its people.

However, some Liberians who spoke to the GNN hoped that the Liberian leader will publicly justify his long stay out of the country to tell Liberians what should be expected from his 48 days out of Liberia.

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  1. Hannah Gbeh Brooks says

    People need to stop wasting their time. Most Liberians are ignoring this wrong the president has done understanding the struggles Liberians are going through. What president of a country stays away from his/her people for 48 days while the nation is going through such devastation?
    People don’t care. He’s popular in the world. That’s what they care about.
    SAD
    MAY GOD PROTECT OUR ONCE BEAUTIFUL LIBERIA AND RESTORE HER IN JESUS’ NAME.

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