“Represent Liberia In A Good Manner”–Pres. Weah Tells Liberians Upon Arrival From UNGA


Liberia’s 24th President, George M. Weah, has told Liberians at home and abroad to represent their country in a good manner.

   “This is my third time and not my first time,” President Weah said. “I want Liberians to represent Liberia, maintain the peace and not listen to noise.”

   President Weah, who attended the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and presented Liberia’s case, arrived yesterday.

   The President, who addressed the press shortly, said his administration has a responsibility to the Liberian people, and hopes to accomplish significant improvement on the lives of the citizenry and much impact on the infrastructure development of the country.

   About the hiking in rice price, President Weah said he was away, but rice importers assured him of a huge quantity of rice in country that could feed Liberians.

   “I was at the Freeport the last time and the same problem,” the President said. “They assured me that they have rice for up to next year. I don’t believe there is rice scarcity. I will go back to the port to let the public know. Don’t listen to the noise on the street.”

   For the benefit the General Assembly brings the Liberian people, the President disclosed the maintenance of peace, protection of the nation’s democracy, promotion of unity, and so on.

   During the President’s welcome ceremony at the Roberts International Airport, Liberians from diverse background stormed the airport with uncontrollable joy for the President’s safe arrival.

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