Weah Rallies Liberians To Use Sports To Reconcile, Unify

President George Manneh Weah has recognized sports as a vehicle through which every Liberian should use to unify and reconcile their differences for the overall advancement of the country. President Weah made the call over the weekend at the Paynesville City Hall during a dinner organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports for counties that qualified for the quarter finals of this year’s county meet. The President at the all- important program described

the ongoing County Meet as special to the growth and development of the country, describing the event is the most important competition in the country’s football history. The President regretted that he did not play county meet, a situation he described as unfortunate.

President Weah disclosed that his office will hold consultation with the Speaker of the House of Representatives and other relevant stakeholders to increase the Ministry of Youth and Sports as means of improving the County Meet. The chief executive used the program to encourage players who are taking part in the completion to exhibit their talents excellently.

He expressed gratitude to the various teams that qualified for the quarter finals. Counties that qualified include Maryland, Margibi, Lofa, Grand Bassa, Nimba, Sinoe, Bomi, Bong, and Grand Gedeh.