‘Weah’s Popularity Not Enough to Win 2023 Election’

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Eugene L. Fahngon, Deputy Minister for Press and Public Affairs at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism

— Deputy Minister Eugene Fahngon warns

Eugene L. Fahngon, Deputy Minister for Press and Public Affairs at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT), has predicted that President George Weah’s second term bid might flop if corrective measures are not taken in the remaining years of his presidency. 

In his usual podcast, Fahngon recently said the defeat of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) during the December 8 Senatorial polls is “disgraceful, worrisome and has the propensity to cost Weah the Presidency come 2023, should difficult times in the country remain the same.”

“If anyone tells you that the popularity of our President and the love the people have for him will get him elected in 2023 if the situation does not change, tell them say Fahngon says you d*mn lie,” he said emphatically.

Fahngon, who is one of the Weah administration’s tough-talking officials, admitted that the country is not proceeding well under the George Weah led administration due to sycophancy on the part of many in whom the President has reposed much trust and confidence to serve.

Although Fahngon did not call names, he promised to expose those individuals, even if it costs him his job.

“They love the President but hate his government to the bone. They are evil and do not mean well for our President and this country. They are immediate friends to him but are pretenders,” he said. 

He added: “We were flogged in Cape Mount, Bong, and other Counties where the President even went and campaigned for our candidates. We were annihilated in the Mid-term Senatorial election. Something is wrong but until it is corrected, we may fail in the 2023 elections even more.”

The public has often lashed at Fahngon for making derogatory comments that have the propensity to create division and incite violence among Liberians, especially with regard to the contentious ‘Congo-Native’ politics; an issue for which the US Embassy near Monrovia publicly called him out, resulting in his suspension by President Weah.

“Sometimes the truth lands me in trouble but I don’t care. Once my country benefits, I am happy. I speak without fear. Hate is not a good choice of word for me but I speak with no fear. This is why they wanted to kill me. I was sick for over two weeks and doctors could not discover what was my medical problem. They tried to eliminate me but they were and will always be dead-wrong,” the MICAT Deputy Minister said.

He alleged that some partisans of the CDC want him out of government and they have, on many occasions, recommended to Weah the need to sack him (Fahngon), but he is not afraid and will not die if he loses the job.

“Will I not be a Kindergarten teacher? Can anyone master this microphone like I do? Can I not read the news? Can I not be a talk show host, after the deputy minister post?” he asked rhetorically.

Fahngon also alleged that to quiet him down, there are attempts by some officials in top positions within the ruling administration to seize his podcast gadgets but he has secured the materials beyond their reach.

“I will expose them. They are the evil ones around the President and their mission is to make him unpopular and unappreciated by the nation’s majority suffering people,” he said.

Admitting to “suffering people” now, Minister Fahngon a few months back visited a market in Monrovia and made a public comment that prices of basic commodities were low when there was a public outcry at the time that prices were unbearably high.

After the December 8, 2020 Special Senatorial election, Fahngon posted on his Facebook account that the defeat of the CDC at the polls was a first-half football related match, hoping that the second and final half (2021-2023) of the political match would bring in competent substitutes who would produce more and better results.

“The second half will produce a team like never before. Our borrowed players (opposition actors serving in government) will be rested. Our top strikers will stay on. Our midfielders will be dressed in studs instead of ‘gbassay nyinibe’ (rubber sandals) and they will attack on the run and defend on the counter.

“Our defense will take no mess, our substitutes will be happy instead of being sad, and they will encourage their team-mates on. Our supporters and fans will be a part of the game but for our opponents, you will now play to our new system and pattern. And you the spectators will get what you paid for,” he said in his post.

The MICAT Deputy Minister said he was shocked that the ruling CDC terribly lost in the December 8 polls.

“President has led and continues to lead the way in building more and better market facilities, roads and a lot more other great developments, but the same market women and many others voted against his choices for the Senate. That should send a clear message to all of us that all is not well. Our people are not stupid and they deserve better,” Fahngon confessed.

He said CDC should have learned from the losses in 2019 at the Legislative by-elections in Grand Cape Mount and Montserrado Counties.

“Even though Edward Flomo reconciled with CDC upon his win in District #13 in Montserrado, he did not win as our candidate. Our Candidate John Weah was defeated disgracefully. The same happened in Grand Cape Mount County when Victor Watson won and to crown it all, the win of Abraham Darius Dillon as Senator in Montserrado at the 2019 by-election,” Fahngon recalled.

He called on President Weah to come to terms with the “optical reality” and get out of his government those who pretend to be good but deep in their hearts are evil and plotting against the President.

There has been a fair amount of political good-will on the part of the President, such as subsidies for  undergraduate education as well as students taking the West African Senior Certificate Exams (WASSCE), across the country. However, such goodwill has been severely stained by the recent series of mysterious deaths of government officials, and the administration’s handling of same. Investigations into the deaths were delayed as police admitted to tampering with crime scene evidence 

whose investigations more questioned than accepted not only by families and loved ones of the victims but the general public too. 

There are still allegations of money missing with no conclusive and acceptable investigative reports, more that the public’s suspicion sees those at the helm of power involved in the shady deals.

38 COMMENTS

  1. Deputy Fahngon, Greetings,

    Since the dust of the December 8, 2020 Election has come and gone, please advise Mr. George Manneh Weah to get off his hands and effective immediately take control of his Government and swiftly implement the foregoing National suggestions and Recommendations on or before January 2, 2021; that is if there is anything good and respectable still left Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government:

    1. ENTER A NOT GUILTY PLEA as it relates to who abducted, tortured and murdered Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, George Fahnboto, Emmanuel Nyesuwa and may I add, Mathew Innis, and remit US$5,000,000 to the children and family members of the Late Albert, Gifty, George, Emmanuel, and Mathew representing clear out-of- court settlement payment for Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government failure to protect the individual lives of Albert, Gifty, George, Emmanuel, and Mathew consistent with Liberia’s Laws;

    2. RRETURN to his socio-political and economic table and immediate terminate the services of Samuel D. Tweah as Liberia’s Minister of Finance and Development for publicly and intentionally deceiving and misleading Mr. Manneh Weah and his Government and forthwith subject him to investigation for financial, economic and any other Crimes he might have committed in the name of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;

    3. PROCEED and immediately discharge Nathaniel F. McGill as Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs for knowingly and intentionally misleading and deceiving Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government by erroneously designating Mr. George Manneh Weah and saying that he, Mr. Manneh Weah, is and has been the BEST President Liberia has ever produced and swiftly subject him to indictment and prosecution for reportedly committing Financial, Economic and other Crimes he might have committed against Liberia and the people of Liberia in the name of CDC and Mr. George Manneh Weah;

    4. FORTHWITH proceed and immediately terminate Cllr. Frank Musa Dean, Liberia’s Minister of Justice & Attorney General of the Republic of Liberia for knowingly and intentionally deceiving and misleading Mr. Manneh Weah by publicly coming to the people of Liberia and reading out an Autopsy Report that he knows failed to coherently and unequivocally state the cause and time of death of Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, George Fahnboto, and Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa targeted and murdered under mysterious and unexplained circumstance; Counsellor Dean, knowing fully well that his interpretation and application of our Criminal and Criminal Procedure Laws remains suspect and not narrowly tailored to how and who murdered the Auditors;

    5. Effective immediately terminate Bill Tweaway as Managing Director of the National Port Authority for his deceptive and misleading role in clearly not stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents and swiftly have him surrender and report to the Ministry of Justice for Economic, Financial and other crimes he might have committed against Liberia and residents and in the name of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;

    6. Swiftly Terminate Mr. J. Aloysius Tarlue, Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia for his ineptitude and incompetence in running the Central Bank of Liberia and have him replaced with a more qualified, capable, competent and skilled Liberian, as well have him investigated by the Ministry of Justice for any economic and financial and other crimes he might have committed against Liberia and its people in the name of Mr. Weah;

    7. Forthwith terminate Jefferson F. Koijee as the Lord Mayor of the City Corporation of Monrovia and replace him with a capable and more mature and competent Liberian and have him investigated by the Ministry of Justice to determine his role in separate and countless distinct attacks and street violence in Liberia.

    8. Surrender and have Mr. Milton G. Findley, Liberia’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs to report to the Ministry of Justice to state his role in the overt and public sale of Liberia’s diplomatic passports out to known and unknown characters and for subjecting Liberia and its people to national and international security risks;

    9. Effective immediately, appoint and set-up a National Assets Recovery Commission (NARC) separate and distinct from the management and control of Liberia’s Minister of Justice and Solicitor General to help target and swiftly investigate and independently prosecute all financial and economic crimes in Liberia;

    10. Immediately order Liberia’s new Minister of Justice & Attorney General to review and investigate all Audit Reports conducted as to the whereabouts of Liberia’s revenues and resources before and during the Government of Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf; particularly as they relate to the crimes of Economic Sabotage, Property Theft, Capital Flight, Money Laundering and what have you with immediate effect.

    11. EFFECTIVE immediately, work with the House and Senate to enact into law a National Judicial Conference Commission (NJCC) to monitor, supervise and watch the independent and reliable function of the Courts of Liberia as it relates to establishing and maintaining at all time, a fair, clear, independent and enforceable judgments of the Courts of Liberia; And,

    12. PROCEED and swiftly terminate Mr. Thomas Doe Nah, Director General of Liberia’s Revenue Authority (LRA) and forthwith have him report to the Ministry of Justice and answer to any Economic, Financial and any other crimes he might have committed in Liberia and against residents in the name of Mr. Manneh Weah and CDC.

    Looking from where I sit, Liberia and the people of Liberia are overburdened and fed-up with Mr. George Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government and his mold of leadership and governance.

    WE WHOLEHEARTEDLY, THANK the people of Liberia for holding a peaceful election on Dec 8, 2020.

  2. Cllr. Jayweh,
    You have congratulated the people of Liberia because of the way in which they conducted themselves during the December 8 elections. I concur with you! But, I will go a step further by saying thanks to the Weah government because law and order was maintained. There were a few disturbing incidents (such as in Gbarpolu), but on the whole, law and order was properly maintained. Democracy is alive and well in Liberia.

  3. Good news, GoL needs gutsy officials to say enough is enough before it gets too late. However, how did we get here?

    The results – among other things – of a lackadaisical attitude towards cutting down on bureaucratic waste, widening the tax base for income generation, bringing capacity into the public safety/ security sector to reassure citizens, investors and tourists, and generally taking hungry and angry voters for granted. Not to mention that with the size of annual budget not likely to move from about U.S $500 million, and of which three-fourths go to payroll and recurrent expenditures, 2023 would be a foregone conclusion unless CPP leaders nominate one of the usual suspects.

  4. Good news, GoL needs gusty officials to say enough is enough before it’s too late. Generally taking hungry and angry downtrodden for granted is like playing Russian roulette with live rounds.

    • Your inconsitency, or is it duplicitous stances? on these public policy issues is what gets agent provocateurs like you often caught in cross fires and needlessly. One minute you’re posing as a regime fanatic who sees nothing wrong with that system, the next minute you are seen rehearsing urban guerrilla tactics in the camp of rabble-rousers. Could the real Baghdad Moses please stand?

      That aside, please accept my deepest sympathy for the recent passing of your dear wife. I read about it on one online Liberian site recently. Reason why I suspended the usual konking in the head you get around here from me since then, in respect of that irreparable loss. May God continues to strengthen you and your family to adjust to that tragic and heart-wrentching experience by the day.

  5. Deputy Minister of Eugene L. Fahngon has publicly told the truth. It is left with Mr. George Manneh Weah to keep and not effective January 2, 2021 terminate the following officials of Government highlighted and listed in our 12-count National Suggestions and Recommendations. Certainly, the ball is in Mr. Manneh Weah’s Coat. He may choose to immediately dismiss and replace these officials or blame himself come 2023.

  6. Critical Voice

    A voice like Mr. Eugene Faghnon’s is critical, but worth listening to, by George Weah.
    In Nursing, critical thinkers are those who blend medical-surgical rational to anatomical evaluation of a patient’s diagnosis. Which then can ease in treating and caring for a patient. Without critical thinking, one cannot be a better skill nurse-be it bedside care or practitioner.
    It is a fact that there are some in Mr. Weah’s circle who do not like his style of leadership, but are only hanging on for what they are getting while Weah is still the head.

    Analytically, Mr. Weah needs more voices like Mr. Eugene Faghnon’s around him if he wish to turn things around.

    Mamadu Bah (N/P) Meridian Health.

  7. Brother G. F. Moses,
    I sincerely extend my deepest sympathy. Be strong. Look up to the hill from whence comes your help, your strength and your wellbeing.

  8. As the late great Muhammad Ali propounded…“YOU DO NOT LOSE WHEN YOU GET KNOCKED DOWN! YOU LOSE WHEN YOU STAYED DOWN!“ BOUNCE BACK TO TRIUMPHANT CONTINUITY! And not allow your emotions to create a night of darkness devoid of stars, thereby hating the people who are your natural allies, and trusting the people who are your natural foes!!!!

    Accordingly, within the machinery of government, for any public servant to believe that he or she can be a darling to every single decisionmaker or power broker, is A SELF ERECTED MIRAGE, as is the delusion that victors never suffer or experience defeat!

    If politics is no church, never expect any machinery of government, or the struggle for power, to be reverential or religious!

    Antedating OUR VICTORY viz the war between dictatorship and democracy, or between the Allies and its Foes, we suffered many defeats in battles, but we ultimately won those wars!

    For we (all people of goodwill) remained political by bouncing back when ever we were knocked down!

    Accordingly, If one is not careful, his or her disgruntlement resulting from not been appointed as the successor to his or her former boss, he or she will have himself hating the people who are his or her natural allies, and loving the people who are his or her natural foes!!!

    Intelligent people of course understand that all such utterances from the likes of Fahngon, Acarious Gray, and even Thomas Fallah, are utterances driven NOT NECESSARILY from the overall outcome of the legislative elections.

    Rather, Like Acarious Gray’s the utterances of especially three of you, are driven by the fact that the coalition preferred for the senatorial race, Thomas Fallah to him Acarious Gray, and as the decision makers preferred for Information Minister, Ledger Rennie to you Eugene Fahngon succeeding Eugene Nagbe, and as the majority of the Montserrado electorate preferred Darius Dillon to Thomas Fallah!

    In politics, the party and or the coalition comes first! And conformity is the order! Meaning, self interest must at all times be shelved for the common good!!! And as the late great Muhammad Ali propounded…“YOU DO NOT LOSE WHEN YOU GET KNOCKED DOWN! YOU LOSE WHEN YOU STAYED DOWN!“ BOUNCE BACK TO TRIUMPHANT CONTINUITY! And not allow your emotions to create a night of darkness devoid of stars, thereby hating the people who are your natural allies, and trusting the people who are your natural foes! DAMMIT!

    Hold on to your political mind and you shall not make the mistake of arming your foes and disarming your allies! That is why every thought, decision , or action within or connected to the presidency or of government is and must be generally workable political solutions!

  9. Mr. False Nationalist,

    You and I know that Mr. George Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government suffered the massive and unthinkable defeat and disgrace due to his action and inaction since January 22, 2018 to present. Our 12-count National Suggestions and Recommendations remain proactive and good to support and sustain Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government.

    Failure by Mr. Manneh Weah to listen, respect and uphold our 12-count Recommendations, certainly means, Mr. Weah and CDC, must kiss 2023 goodbye.

    Mr. Weah and his CDC-led Government lost the below counties and managed to win 3 small counties out of the 13 counties and you are there writing trash.

    1. Montserrado

    2. Grand Bassa

    3. Bong

    5. River Gee

    6. Lofa

    7. River Cess

    8. Grand Cape Mount

    9, MarGibi

    10. Gbarpolu

    Our 12-count National Recommendations might be the only way out for Mr. Weah and CDC. Discount those well thoughtout Recommendations and Mr. Weah and his CDC-led Regime must say goodbye and good luck to 2023.

    CPP and Rainbow Coalition, come 2023, shall seize the Republic of Liberia and the Presidency from Mr. Weah and CDC easily, if our 12-count Recommendations are not honored and enforced by January 2, 2021.

    The people of Liberia are fed-up and overburdened by Mr. Weah and his CDC-led Government’s action and inaction.

    The unexplained abduction, tortured, and murder of Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, George Fahnboto, Emmanuel Nyesuwa and Mathew Innis and the uncontrolled stealing in Liberia on Mr. Weah’s WATCH, helped to secure his defeat and disgrace.

  10. Cllr Jayweh,
    Nine times out of ten, the party that’s in power loses parliamentary seats in both Chambers. When Obama became president, just two years later, the Democratic party lost both Chambers to the Republicans. It’s like that in the UK. In Israel. And now in Liberia.

    But please don’t get me wrong. The recent situation in Liberia is a stern warning to the CDcians. In politics, nothing is to be taken for granted. But I am sure before 2023 is ushered in, the CDcians will get their act together.

    As much as you are opposed to Alexander Benedict Cummings’ run for the presidency, who do you have in mind? Yourself?

    I just can’t wait!

    • Mr. Hney, aware of Jayweh’s madness, I usually do not go through his dungs. However, minutes ago, I glanced through his “12 count“ dungs

      Just patiently go through ANY ONE of Jayweh’s o called ““12 count“ nonsense, you will effortless come to the conclusion that Jayweh makes no sense!

      For example, read this idiocy of his hereunder…..

      “Effective immediately terminate Bill Tweaway as Managing Director of the National Port Authority for his deceptive and misleading role in clearly not stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents“. NOW, IS THE MANAGEING DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL PORT AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR “stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents“.??? What a height of idiocy!!!

      Read them! You are bound to see that this is a mad man! Upon such boredom, you SHALL see that nothing Jayweh has here in his so called “12 count“ meets the criteria of raison d’etre, (justification) sense, reason, logic, or law!

  11. Mr. Ignoramus Frederick Jayweh, assimilate infra the clippings on the loss of power during midterm elections while digesting that with all that, Obama won a tsunamic victory to second term!

    To be perfectly, honest, Frederick Jayweh, it is very embarrassing that one has to deal with childish and ignoramus mentalities as you on matters you have had no knowledge or experience about. Perhaps after reading what we have pasted supra, you wake up from your stupor, and realize that no national decisionmakers or even their aides would ever notice your stupidity you foolishly bore readers with! DID THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ENGAGE ANY OF YOUR STUPIDITY? HELL NO! YOU BETTER JUST KEEP QUIET IN YOUR IGNORANCE AND IDIOCY!

    Republican groundswell in state legislatures. A reversal of power in Congress.

    President Obama entered the White House with his party touting a 60 seat majority in the Senate and 257 seat majority in the House.

    Democrats now hold a 48* seat minority in the Senate and 194 seat minority in the House — a net loss of 12 and 64 seats respectively.

    The midterm elections delivered significant blows to Congressional Democrats. In 2010, Democrats lost 6 seats in the Senate and 63 seats in the House, costing them the chamber.

    In 2014, Democrats lost another 13 seats in the House and a staggering 9 seats in the Senate; this time losing them the Senate and completing a Republican takeover of Congress. Republican groundswell in state legislatures.

    In 2009, President Obama’s party controlled both chambers of 27 state legislatures. Eight years later, Democrats control both chambers in only 13 states. Among the states that slipped from Democratic control are Wisconsin, North Carolina, Iowa and West Virginia; states key to the victory of President-elect Donald Trump last November.

    Democratic Party has lost a net total of 13 Governorships and 816 state legislative seats since President Obama entered office, the most of any president since Dwight Eisenhower..

  12. The Deputy Minister is indeed an objective man. He knows how to smell the rat and caution people from venturing closer or reroute.

    CDC lost bigly in Montserrado, really? Monrovia, the strong hold of the “mighty” CDC?
    Then they are struggling to rig in Grand Kru, Weah’s home county, in favor of my beloved Peter Coleman. By the way, Dr. Coleman should NEVER face reelection problem in any part of Liberia, but he’s struggling because of the etiquette of CDC.
    The CDC is fighting to steal Gbarpolu from a woman who has a solid base in the county.
    Without the iron fist and commandeering orders from the political godfather in Nimba, CDC lost big time (firsthand report).

    So, my people, start parking for Liberia to get on the right course for all! You people should not worry, there will be no delays in salary payments. In fact, you will even be paid far better than now.
    You will not even need to travel to Monrovia or leave job to get your salaries, they will be wired to your bank accounts anywhere you wish to have them.
    In so doing, you will even be able to stabilize your lives by taking substantial loans to develop your lives privately.
    America is not all up to it; you can make it better in Liberia with Alexander B. Cummings!

    Long live Liberia!

  13. Comrade Dempster Yallah alias Peter Gboyo

    Deputy Minister Eugene Fahngon hits bull’s eye by implying that implemented policies have more staying power in a democracy than popularity; it’s a point I made last week on a related Daily Observer story. Moreover, unlike you, I was schooled in Literary Criticism. It prepared me to effectively evaluate merits and demerits of any given content, which explains my avoidance of conformity you wrongly termed “inconsistency”.

    By the way, thanks for extending sympathy. Edwina Andrews was my best friend of 40 years, and wife for 6 years. We worked together at NSA from September 1980 until the ease with which Gen. Qwinwonkpa seized the LBS radio in Paynesville on November 15, 1985 (despite government was forewarned) convinced me that a larger invading force would be unstoppable. As a result, few months later, she and her then 8 years old son Ebrom Gono left for the U.S. RIP, love.

  14. The late President William R. Tolbert Jr. after serving as Vice President for 19 years, and becoming President in 1971, named the three (3) foremost ENEMIES of Liberia as, IGNORANCE, DISEASE and POVERTY.

    Sadly, after nearly 50 years, the situation has not changed. If anything, things have gotten worse as follows:
    1. Hundreds of thousands of people sitting on 43, 000 square miles of fertile soil and aimlessly roaming up and down the streets, while waiting for the Government to feed them.
    The gladly wait for their STAPLE FOOD; RICE to arrive by ship from China, India Pakistan and others places around the world.
    2. The Government of Liberia is the highest employer with nearly 80,000 employees on the payroll, but the people are expecting the Government to employ the entire population.
    3. Partisans of the ruling CDC expected President Weah to dismissed the entire Government employees and replaced them by only their Partisans. Since this did not happened they turned against the President.
    4. Nearly 70% of those on Government payroll are from the previous administration, but they are undermining the CDC Government in favor of the opposition.
    5. Only in Liberia thousands support and elect individuals, because they can insult WOMEN and the Leadership of the Country. They referred to such individuals as, advocates, voice of the voiceless and heroes.
    6. Liberia at 173 years is one of the poorest nation in the world, with 85% illiteracy rate. But the people in their hundreds of thousands rejected Free College and University tuition in their Educational sector. They show no sign of interest in Electricity, Water and Sanitation, construction of Hospitals, Schools, and Road network.
    7. The people in their hundreds of thousands rejected the Government agenda for self reliance on FOOD PRODUCTION in the Country. They rather sit and wait for their staple food RICE to come from India, China, Pakistan etc etc.
    8. The major contribution of Liberians from abroad, mainly, America and Europe is the establishment of political parties, because it is the cheapest and fastest route State Power and the LOOTING of the Country RESOURCES.

    And last, but not the least you have a population with 80% IGNORAMUS like Fredrick Jayweh spewing NONSENSE.
    Don’t ask me, just read the TRASH that EMPTY GOAT HEAD called “Recommendations”
    Frederick Jayweh is not even qualified to be a messenger in a Legal office.

    You can even bring two of America’s best Presidents; Bill Clinton and Barack Obama to run LIBERIA nothing will change, because the problem is not the President. The root cause of the problem derives from the PEOPLE. The Liberian Society is IGNORANT and CORRUPT.

    President Tolbert was right on point. IGNORANCE was and still the number one (1) ENEMY of Liberia.
    DISEASE and POVERTY are directly related to IGNORANCE.

    • Isaac, absolutely, you sound like a traumatized Child!

      You and other people like you working in the George Manneh Weah-led Government, may shamelessly continue to fool him and feed him with lies from hell. The people of Liberia have spoken and their verdict is clear, simple and unequivocal. LEAD OR GO!

      Mr. George Manneh Weah, MUST get off his hands, take control and management of his Government, honor and implement our 12-count National Recommendations or come 2023, kiss the Republic of Liberia and the Presidency of Liberia goodbye and good luck.

      To you, Liberians are fools and people who are sitting on their hands and feet and waiting for Mr. Weah to hire everyone of them—the entire 5.1 Million of them and feed them at his table. What a reckless statement.

      You have sold Mr. Weah and his Government foolishly.

      You sound great and should continue to mislead Mr. George Manneh Weah. One good reason why Mr. Weah and his CDC-led Government lost in total disgrace:

      1. Monrserrado

      2. Grand Bassa

      3. Lofa

      4. Bong

      5. River Gee

      6. MarGibi

      7. Gbarpolu

      8. Grand Cape Mount

      9. River Cess, and

      10. Bomi Counties

      You know, if Mr. George Manneh Weah was not angered and troubled by the form and context of defeat and disgrace he and his CDC-led received after the December 8, 2020 Senatorial Election, he would not have summoned his entire group of Ministers and senior officials of his Government and publicly abused them from head-to-toe.

      Mr. Weah called them thieves and deceivers.

      Isaac, you and your associates are deeply afraid and fearful of our 12-count National Recommendations and so you are beaten the hell out of yourselves to keep your jobs to continue to STEAL from Liberia and tell LIES to Mr. Weah.

      Our people though you called them uneducated and lazy FOOLS, they cannot be fooled any longer. They have spoken and their VERDICT is clear and unequivocal.

      And so, our people massively voted against Mr. Weah and his CDC-led Government. Change or be changed!

    • Mr. Hney,

      You, Isaac, Mr. False Nationalist, and other cold-hearted praise singers and low-life apologists are total national disgrace and national embarrassment.

      Keep fooling Mr. Weah and telling him lies! 2023 is coming soon.

      Every Liberian knows that our 12-count Recommendations is good for Liberia and our suffering people. Even Deputy Minister Fahngon, publicly admits to the truth. Minister Fahngon, adds that Weah’s long-gone popularity will not win him the Presidency in 2023. God bless Minister Fahngon.

      You, Isaac, Mr. False Nationalist are certainly too ashamed and too frightened to admit to telling the truth.

      WAIT AND SEE, CPP AND RAINBOW COALITION and the people of Liberia will drive you clowns and empty headed creatures out of the Republic of Liberia.

      Only certain idiots and fools will not see that Mr. Weah and CDC are DONE and gone.

  15. Mr. Frederick A. B. Jayweh, reading a comment from Mr. True Nationalist I came across a point he raised against you that your suggestion which I am pasting below here is illogical. Please explain to us how is an NPA Managing Director liable in accordance with your claims pated below here?.

    ”Effective immediately terminate Bill Tweaway as Managing Director of the National Port Authority for his deceptive and misleading role in clearly not stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents and swiftly have him surrender and report to the Ministry of Justice for Economic, Financial and other crimes he might have committed against Liberia and residents and in the name of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;”

    ”The Managing Director of the National Port Authority should surrender and report to the Justice Ministry for not stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents”????????????????????
    ?
    How so Mr. Frederick A.B.Jayweh?

    Please explain to me, or if anyone can, please do not hesitate.to explain how or why is such a managing director tasked with ”stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents”, as Mr. Jayweh has said here.

    • Mae Moore, Happy Holidays Greetings!

      We have no aim and/or interest to take apart our National Recommendations and reconstruct same due to some apparent concern and/or interest you may have as to why we included Mr. Bill Tweahway, Managing Director of National Port Authority (NPA) or anyone else. So, we, have republished our 12-Count National Recommendations for National Recovery and Renewal for Liberia and residents. In toto, they are speak for themselves, unequivocal and self-executing.

      Since the dust of the December 8, 2020 Election has come and gone, please advise Mr. George Manneh Weah to get off his hands and effective immediately take control of his Government and swiftly implement the foregoing National suggestions and Recommendations on or before January 2, 2021; that is if there is anything good and respectable still left in Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government:

      1. ENTER A NOT GUILTY PLEA as it relates to who abducted, tortured and murdered Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, George Fahnboto, Emmanuel Nyesuwa and may I add, Mathew Innis, and remit US$5,000,000 to the children and family members of the Late Albert, Gifty, George, Emmanuel, and Mathew representing a clear out-of- court settlement payment for Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government failure to protect the individual lives of Albert, Gifty, George, Emmanuel, and Mathew consistent with Liberia’s Laws;

      2. RRETURN to his socio-political and economic table and immediately terminate the services of Samuel D. Tweah as Liberia’s Minister of Finance and Development for publicly and intentionally deceiving and misleading Mr. Manneh Weah and his Government and forthwith subject him to investigation for financial, economic and any other Crimes he might have committed in the name of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;

      3. PROCEED and immediately discharge Nathaniel F. McGill as Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs for knowingly and intentionally misleading and deceiving Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government by erroneously designating Mr. George Manneh Weah and saying that he, Mr. Manneh Weah, is and has been the BEST President Liberia has ever produced and swiftly subject him to indictment and prosecution for reportedly committing Financial, Economic and other Crimes he might have committed against Liberia and the people of Liberia in the name of CDC and Mr. George Manneh Weah;

      4. FORTHWITH proceed and immediately terminate Cllr. Frank Musa Dean, Liberia’s Minister of Justice & Attorney General of the Republic of Liberia for knowingly and intentionally deceiving and misleading Mr. Manneh Weah by publicly coming to the people of Liberia and reading out an Autopsy Report that he knows failed to coherently and unequivocally state the cause and time of death of Albert Peters, Gifty Lama, George Fahnboto, and Emmanuel B. Nyesuwa targeted and murdered under mysterious and unexplained circumstance; Counsellor Dean, knowing fully well that his interpretation and application of our Criminal and Criminal Procedure Laws remains suspect and not narrowly tailored to how and who murdered the Auditors;

      5. EFFECTIVE immediately terminate Bill Tweahway as Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA) for his deceptive and misleading role in clearly not stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents and swiftly have him surrender and report to the Ministry of Justice for Economic, Financial and other crimes he might have committed against Liberia and residents and in the name of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;

      6. Swiftly Terminate Mr. J. Aloysius Tarlue, Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) for his ineptitude and incompetence in running the Central Bank of Liberia and have him replaced with a more qualified, capable, competent and skilled Liberian, as well have him investigated by the Ministry of Justice for any economic, financial and other crimes he might have committed against Liberia and its people in the name of
      of CDC and Mr. Manneh Weah;

      7. FORTHWITH terminate Jefferson T. Koijee as the Lord Mayor of the City Corporation of Monrovia and replace him with a capable and more mature and competent Liberian and have him investigated by the Ministry of Justice to determine his role in separate and countless distinct attacks and street violence in Liberia;

      8. Surrender and have Mr. Milton G. Findley, Liberia’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs to report to the Ministry of Justice to state his role in the overt and public sale of Liberia’s diplomatic passports out to known and unknown characters and for subjecting Liberia and its people to national and international security risks;

      9. Effective immediately, appoint and set-up a National Assets Recovery Commission (NARC) separate and distinct from the management and control of Liberia’s Minister of Justice and Solicitor General to help target and swiftly investigate and independently prosecute all financial and economic crimes in Liberia;

      10. Immediately order Liberia’s new Minister of Justice & Attorney General to review and investigate all Audit Reports conducted as to the whereabouts of Liberia’s revenues and resources before and during the Government of Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf; particularly as they relate to the crimes of Economic Sabotage, Property Theft, Capital Flight, Money Laundering and what have you with immediate effect.

      11. EFFECTIVE immediately, work with the House and Senate to enact into law a National Judicial Conference Commission (NJCC) to monitor, supervise and watch the independent and reliable function of the Courts of Liberia as it relates to establishing and maintaining at all times a fair, clear, independent and enforceable judgments of the Courts of Liberia; And,

      12. PROCEED and swiftly terminate Mr. Thomas Doe Nah, Director General of Liberia’s Revenue Authority (LRA) and forthwith have him report to the Ministry of Justice to answer to any Economic, Financial and any other crimes he might have committed in Liberia and against residents in the name of Mr. Manneh Weah and CDC.

      Looking from where I sit, Liberia and the people of Liberia are overburdened and fed-up with Mr. George Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government and his mold of leadership and governance.

      WE WHOLEHEARTEDLY, THANK the people of Liberia for holding a peaceful election on Dec 8, 2020.

      • Mr. Frederick A.B.Jayweh, my inquiry IS NOT about Mr. Bill Tweahway as a person or even as a Managing Director! No!

        My inquiry is about THE ENTITY THE NATIONAL PORT AUTHORITY having ABSOLUTELY NO DUTY OR MANDATE to ”stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents”

        Such duty or mandate IS NOT AND CANNOT be that of any public parastatal. And you should be aware that the NPA is a public parastatal or public corporation just as LPMC, LPRC, etc.

        • Mae Moore,

          As we stated in our 12-Count National Recommendations to Mr. George Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government, we have no aim and/or interest to take apart our National Recommendations and reconstruct same due to some apparent concern and/or interest you may have as to why we included Mr. Bill Tweahway, Managing Director of National Port Authority (NPA) or anyone else in our Recommendations. So, I must repeat and refer you to our republished 12-Count National Recommendations for National Recovery and Renewal for Liberia. In toto, our Recommendations speak for themselves and are self-execute.

          The National Port Authority (NPA), LPMC, or LPRC, you referenced and designated as public corporations, for all intents and purposes, are separate and distinct from privately owned and operated corporations. By law, private corporations are exclusively answerable and accountable to their board of directors and shareholders and not to the Government and people of Liberia.

          Unlike private corporations, the public corporations you referenced are owned by the Government and people of Liberia. As public corporations, NPA, LPMC, and LPRC are accountable and must answer daily to Liberia’s Government and people.

          Firestone Liberia Inc., Liberia Agricultural Company (LAC), Bong Mining Company (BMC), and other privately owned and operated companies operating in Liberia are not answerable to Liberia’s Government and people. Privately owned and operated corporations’ Presidents, Managing Directors, and/or Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) report directly to their board of directors and shareholders not appointed by the Government and people of Liberia.

          National Port Authority (NPA) LPMC, LPRC and/or all other public corporations registered and operating in Liberia are owned by the Government and people of Liberia. The people of Liberia are their shareholders and they must answer and account overwhelmingly and exclusively to the Liberia and its citizens.

          So National Port Authority (NPA) as a public corporation, must answer and account to Liberia and the people of Liberia. This is apart from the fact that NPA has the right to sue and be sued by a litigant (s).

  16. Cllr. Jayweh,
    With all due respect, please be informed that I am not a low-life praise-singer, neither am I a fool. I totally disagree with your characterization of me. I have never referred to you as a fool. You can get even with your accuser or the devil if you prefer to do so, but it’s senseless and morally bankrupt to become vindictive against someone who’s not your accuser. Sometimes, agree and disagree with you. But I do not insult you when I disagree with you. So, treat me the very way that I treat you.

    In the Republican party, all Republicans do not support Trump’s delusions. Logically, you may support someone’s free speech in principle. But on the other hand, by being supportive of someone,’s free speech does not mean you support everything he or she says. You deal with someone according to how you are dealt with. I can become nasty by spitting out real crap. The guestion is s simple…. do I have to?

    Lastly, I wish you and your family a heartfelt Merry Christmas. On top of that, have a Happy New Year.

    If you’re a believer, I urge you to read the second chapter of Apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians…. (Phil. Chapter 2).

    Have a good day!

  17. Mr. Hney, Happy Holiday Greetings to you and your household!

    GLAD to know that you are not one of the cold-hearted praise singers and low-life apologists. So to me, only a fool, low-life, and blind praise singer will dare stand-up and support Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government against the suffering and abuse or the people of Liberia.

    • You ignoramus. Frederick Jayweh, before a recommendation or recommendations may qualify as self executing or non-self-executing, such a recommendation or such recommendations MUST MAKE SENSE.

      What Madam Mae Moore is debunking you about (as we did hours ago) is that your debunked madness and idiocy is not a matter about whether your rubbish may be applied in court (self-executing), or whether your dungs require legislative implementation before they may be applied by courts ( non-self-executing )..

      The fact of the matter is that your so called twelve kpolaysifications or kpolaynistics, DO NOT make sense! ESPECIALLY, the one been debunked here by Madam Moore.

      We are elated that others are detecting your fakeness, ignorance, idiocy, and madness.

  18. Mr. Jayweh, NPA ”stating the economic downfall of Liberia and residents”, AND as you say ”NPA must answer and account to Liberia and the people of Liberia ARE NOT THE SAME WHETHER DENOTATIVELY OR CONNOTATIVELY!” The former (”stating economic downfall”….) does not make sense whether legally, logically, or grammatically!

    For that public corporation (NPA) is neither a ministry of finance Planning and Economic Development, nor is it the Central Bank, or even the General Auditing Commission! Nor is the NPA the Bureau of Budget!

    Look, Mr. Jayweh, this is not the only blunder on your part regarding your so called 12 count. Now I see why someone referred to your so called recommendations as ”trash”.

  19. Maé Moore,

    Lets face it. You don’t know and you don’t understand the differences between public corporation vis-à-vis a privately own and operated corporation. Indeed this is understandable and not the least surprise to me. When a public corporation recklessly operates adversely to the expectation, interest and benefit of its shareholders,—Liberia and its citizens, those citizens and government have every right to terminate the services of the Managing Director and subject him to investigation and subsequent indictment and swift prosecution for the Crime of Economic Sabotage and any other crime he/she might have committed.

    The National Port Authority (NPA) is of no exception being owned and operated by Liberia and the people of Liberia. But since your made up your mind and blocked off your ability to reason, I will not waste my time to help you out of your delusion and emptiness.

    Our people have spoken and their VEDICT is clear, simple and unequivocal. Our 12-Count National Recommendations have driven fear into you diehard supporters of Mr. Manneh Weah and threatened you jobs and future. You, Mr. False Nationalist and all apologists shall have no place to hide come 2023.

    You and others may choose to mislead Mr. Manneh Weah and his CDC-led Government. Certainly 2023 will measure your life and future should Mr. Weah fail to uphold, respect and implement our 12-Count Recommendations on or before January 2, 2021.

    Our people can see clearly now and the time of our people has come. Your days are numbered.

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