Weah invites Wenger to inauguration ceremony
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has been invited to former footballer George Weah’s inauguration as Liberia’s president. But Wenger, who signed Weah when he was Monaco coach in 1988, expects to be too busy to make the trip from London for the Jan. 22 ceremony. The event falls... Read more
Powerful women around George Weah, Liberia’s President-elect
Liberia, a country yet to fully recover from many years of civil war and senseless blood-letting, might not be popular with many around the world but that has not stopped the name – George Weah – from being prominent on the lips of millions across continents. One of the... Read more
Buhari congratulates George Weah
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday congratulated Mr. George Weah on his election as the next President of the Republic of Liberia. President Buhari also commended the Liberian people on the peaceful conduct of the historic presidential run-off election, stressing that “this is another plus on Africa’s democratic scoreboard.” The... Read more
George Weah wins Liberia’s presidential election
Former Monaco player, George Weah, has been voted president of Liberia after clinching 12 of the 15 counties in the west African country. Weah has taken to Twitter to thank all his supporters, saying that he plans to liberate the country. The striker-turned politician becomes the 25th president of... Read more
Wenger Congratulates George Weah as President Elect
Though the official result of the presidential election has not been announced- at press time- but Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly congratulated former football star and politician George Weah, as the president elect. On Thursday evening www.bbc.com reported that Wenger must have been misled by unofficial reports circulating online that... Read more
Liberians await delayed results for new president
Liberia on Thursday awaited the delayed announcement of the outcome of presidential elections as international observers called for the results to be released promptly to avoid stoking tension. Political parties have expressed concern over polling-day hitches on Tuesday, with one calling for a halt to the ballot count. Footballing... Read more