‘I’ll Not Tolerate Insults’



…Weah Issues Warning

Courtesy: Julius Konton

President George Weah has warned those in the constant habit of insulting him to desist now.

The Liberian leader said his government will not tolerate lawless and inciteful people anymore.

He said it is about time that all Liberians respect their leaders to help move the country forward.

“Those who incite the people of Liberia, the law will take its course,” president Weah warned.

He wants the people of Liberia to remain peaceful and calm at all times and contribute to nation building.

President Weah recommitted his government to the protection of the rights of all.

He said it is only through the promotion of peace the nation can be saved.

Speaking Thursday at the dedication ceremony of Duport Road Market, the Liberian leader encouraged all citizens to help develop the nation.

He said though he inherited the current situation facing the country, however, he is working hard to fix it.

The chief executive said he desires to develop Liberia but such can’t be done when there is no peace and stability in the land.

Dr. Weah also stressed the important role market women have and continued to play in the development of the society.

“Market women have the ability to change the society and should be supported,” he added.

He said he will continue to give a facelift to all communities in the country, noting that all Liberians deserve better.

The chief executive said his focus and interest to build Liberia remains unchanged despite current challenges facing the nation and its people.

The Duport Road community and its surrounding now have a modern market with parking lot, hanging fans, electricity, warehouse and over 400 tables.

The project exclusively funded by president Weah is put at the cost of more than US$200,000.

President Weah said his desire to develop the lives of marketers is a promise he made to his late mother as he is committed to continue such effort for the betterment of the country.



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