Snakes Bar Liberian President Weah From Office
Liberian President George Weah has been barred from his office for five days by two black snakes that slithered into the building this week, authorities said Friday. The foreign ministry where Weah, a former striker with the Paris Saint-German and AC Milan football clubs, has his office must be fumigated to chase out the reptiles,…
Drogba, Weah, Essien, others for ‘The Match’ in Lagos
Twenty-one African football legends, including Didier Drogba and Liberian President, George Weah, have been selected to participate in ‘The Match,’ a celebration of...
Liberia's Weah announces free tuition for undergraduates
Liberian President George Weah, who overcame childhood poverty to become one of the world's top footballers, has abolished tuition fees for undergraduate students in the poor West African country's state universities.
Super Eagles delight in Weah’s $2,000 each gift
Liberian President, George Weah on Tuesday rewarded the Super Eagles with a cash gift of $2,000-a-man for honouring his invitation for a friendly game to retire his No 14 jersey.
Twitter Reacts to George Weah's 79-Minute Show Against Super Eagles
51-year-old George Weah, president of Liberia took up the number 14 jersey against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in a friendly to mark the retirement of the jersey. He was joined by 48-year-old Liberia's Coach and retired player James Debbah. Weah, a Ballon d'Or winner started, lasted 79 minutes on the pitch but not without…
Liberians divided over Weah honouring former coaches
Liberian football star-turned-president George Weah has won world headlines by conferring his country's top honour on his former boss Arsene Wenger -- but back home, not everyone is happy.
Weah honours former coaches Wenger and LeRoy
Liberian president George Weah will decorate Arsene Wenger and Claude LeRoy, the two French coaches who gave his football career an early boost.
UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia completes mandate
A pivotal moment in the history of Liberia came recently when the United Nations mission successfully completed its mandate of supporting the West African nation in the transition to peace and democracy after about 15 years.
Liberia’s request for 6,000 teachers
Liberia’s recently elected president, George Weah, on a visit to Nigeria, has requested, among other things, at least 6,000 teachers ‘to make up for the shortage of good teachers’ in his country’s education system.