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PRESIDENT WEAH GIVES REASONS WHY HE SACKED FORMER LIBERIA’S AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED NATIONS, LEWIS BROWN

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LIBERIA – President George Weah has openly given reasons why he sacked former Liberia’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Lewis Brown.

According to President Weah, Ambassador Brown was sacked because he among other things failed to listen to the governance of the day.

Providing further justification for his decision at the weekend, the Liberian leader said Brown was sacked because he also failed to follow the good practices of diplomacy.

Speaking at the Forky Klon Jlaleh Family Fellowship Church during his appreciation remarks to the congregation following his 56th birthday celebration, President Weah stressed that he has nothing against anyone but the Interest of Liberia’s partners is very important.

He stated that the US is Liberia’s partner and if anyone goes against the US, it is not good for the entire citizenry because they will suffer.

The Liberian leader claimed that Amb. Brown voted against the US allegedly because he wanted the US to turn its back on Liberia.

Responding to claims made by the former Liberian diplomat that President Weah will not win the election, he pointed out that despite what, he will win the 2023 elections.

According to President Weah, Brown said the same thing before, that he Weah will not win any election but it is the opposite because he is the current  President of Liberia.

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