Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah says his government can do better when there exist unity and cooperation among the branches of government backed by unity among citizens, while pleading with the citizenry that it is time to put aside political differences and work together.
… President Weah says the inaugural gathering also celebrates an important precedent that Liberians can and will rely on established institutions and the rule of law to resolve their political disagreements.
… The President promises to do all in his power to be the agent of positive change, but he says he will not do it alone.
He calls on the Legislature to work with him and create and pass essential laws that are needed to complete the foundation of this nation.
He also promises to deliver on the popular mandate of Liberians to end corruption, warning those who corrupt government resources that they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.