‘Educated Class Of The Country Should Match Their Education With Practical Actions,’ Weah Says In Margibi on Third Round Nationwide Tour

George Weah, the President of Liberia is now on his third round nationwide tour in Margibi County meeting chiefs, youths, elders and women.

The President however decried the deplorable state of Margibi and was quick to blame the educated class of the country for the situation.

“It’s a sad thing that our cities are in deplorable conditions,” he stated to a huge applause from the eager citizens and residents.

He used his speech in Margibi to call on the educated class of the country to match their education with practical actions towards the development of the country instead of propaganda.

He said he’s not the most clever person in the country but has been making frantic efforts to develop the nation far beyond his predecessors.

‘My government has done more in three years than any administration has done in three years,’ the Liberian leader said.

Weah said he has built a 14th Military Hospital that is useful to the people today, done street lights in several places and helped develop the country massively and wants to do more.

While in Margibi he dedicated the Lango Nippy High School renovated by his government in line with the education sector’s revitalization process as enshrined in the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD).

Later at the Town Hall Meeting with citizens at the Kakata City Hall, President Weah shared fond memories of his affinity to the city during his youthful days while playing for Bong Range in Bong Mines, an Emansion statement said.

“We can’t take Margibi lightly. We got 64.2 percent of votes,” the Liberian Leader asserted. “We are grateful and thankful. With the cooperation of all of you, we can develop this county.”

He continued: “National development is not an event but a process. But thank God for the cooperation we have with the leadership of the county. We can only succeed with united efforts.”

President Weah informed citizens of Margibi that the current challenges Liberia is faced with are not new but have come a long way. He however assured the citizens that the PAPD is positively affecting the entire country.

He decried the poor state of the Republic after long years of existence, noting that his government is working to change the situation.

The President averred that he would extend the Pro-poor Housing units program to Margibi to take low income earners from the present poor dwelling places to modern ones.

In Weala, few miles from Kakata, President Weah shared a message of hope and renewal with citizens, assuring them that he would do everything possible to reciprocate the confidence they reposed in him with practical developmental initiatives.

President Weah said he would endeavor to provide for the residents of Weala their wishes and aspirations for development.

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