President George M.Weah must lead the National reconciliation process by reconciling with his former team mates – Rep Edwin Melvin Snowe


Bomi County District #1 representative Edwin Melvin Snowe is calling on President George M. Weah, president of the Republic of Liberia to lead the process of reconciliation the by first serving as an Example for others to follow.

Speaking recently in Monrovia on a local radio talk show in paynesville, Representative Snowe said President Weah must lead the reconciliation process by reconciling with his former team mates that he played with during his days with the national team the Lone star of Liberia. his statement comes after the famous George Weah 11 team that represented Liberia at the Mali 2002 Africa Cup of Nation played the National County Meet Champion Bomi County without James Debah. “I saw Debah and his Son at an Ice Cream shop on facebook, when the famous weah 11 was playing my team Bomi” he said.

The Bomi lawmaker said the Weah led government is working but more need to be done to attract investors to Liberia. something he said will help boost the economy of Liberia and also improve the living condition of ordinary Liberians.

He futher stress the need for national reconciliation in every sector of the country.  he further noted that President Weah should live up to his promise of serving as President of all Liberian, he said the beauty of democracy is the freedom of choice and George Weah should not see his friends that didn’t vote for him as enemies.

Representative disclosed that the success of Bomi at the just ended County meet was as a result of what he called County Unity where the leadership of the county came together and decided to put away their differences in order to seek the interest of the county. He believed that the level unity and coordination displayed by leaders of Bomi during the County meet will continue as the people Bomi will see transformation in their county.

“For too long Bomi has produced great leaders, it is now time for Bomi to do great things” Rep Snowe added.

By: Emmanuel Y. Kortu