Pres. Weah urges Liberians to stop panicking for jobs

President George Weah has said there are still more than five thousand jobs to be occupied in government.
President Weah said he has observed that many Liberians are panicking as to whether they will be appointed or not when there are still more jobs outstanding.

Speaking on Sunday at the Winners’ Chapel in Congo Town, the Liberian leader said so far only less than two hundred jobs have been occupied.

President Weah has at the same time urged Liberians, mainly politicians, who said they would leave the Country if he had won, to remain and contribute to the development of their country.

Weah says he is President for every Liberian and not for a specific party.

He warned that no member of his government should deny qualified Liberians jobs, because they belong to a particular political party.

 

 

 

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