“I am President for all Liberians and will remain so throughout my tenure,” the Liberian leader said, adding: “All Liberians, irrespective of their political opinions and tribal backgrounds, are
my citizens and I will do my best to treat them equally.”
The President averred that every Liberian and every region of the country would be given equal opportunity to benefit from his administration’s economic and development initiatives.
The Liberia leader gave the assurance at the headquarters of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) earlier this week during the presentation of the CDC’s candidates for the pending Montserrado County senatorial and representative bi-elections to partisans.
President Weah said his administration was committed to tackling the development challenges of Liberia and delivering the goods for the benefit of every Liberian citizen.
“Today, as the President of the Republic Liberia, I am the President for all Liberians; I am obliged to ensure that my leadership, our administration, will guide the interest of every Liberian,” the Chief
President Weah indicated that Liberia’s democracy was gradually improving from one stage to another.
He added that it was incumbent upon him to protect the budding democratic culture of the country which, according to him, is the foundation for national development and economic empowerment for all on the basis of equal opportunities.
He praised partisans of the CDC for conducting transparent democratic primary exercises which led to the selection of Ms. Paulita Wie as the party’s senatorial candidate and Mr. Abu Kamara as contestant for the District #15 representative by-election.