Monrovia, Liberia – President George Weah has failed badly in managing the country’s affairs during the past five years, according to a critic of the CDC-led administration, and as a result they should be offered the exit door in October this year.
President Weah’s coalition government, according to Michael Tipayson, a former youth chairman of the Doe Community on Bushrod Island where he spent his formative years, has not done well.
According to him, President Weah should have used his first term to prove his ability that he can perform the mandate given by the Liberian people.
Tipason urged President Weah to alter his method of leading the nation by consulting the populace on measures aimed at enhancing its administration.
Reported by: Augustine Octavius