said Wednesday, 4 September at the Ministerial Complex in Congo Town during the dialogue.
President George Manneh Weah
has failed the Liberian people and has shown over and over that he is unprepared for the Presidency, which is all too obvious to most Liberians.
I know that if I work well, I'll improve," Goal.com quoted Weah
, 19, had his contract terminated by the Hoops after he declined any compromise that would have made him available for both Celtic at the Scottish Cup Final and USA Under-20s at their World Cup.
Liberia had arranged the friendly to retire the number 14 jersey made famous by Weah
but fans were in for a shock when, 16 years after his last international appearance, the striker led the national team onto the pitch wearing it instead.
The election of George Weah
inspires both hope and fear throughout Liberia.
took over from Africa's first female president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
was billed to formally accept his election at the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) headquarters in Monrovia at 6.30 p.m., an hour after his declaration as President-elect.
With more than 98% of votes counted, Mr Weah
received 61.5% of the ballots while Mr Boakai received 38.5%.
With more than 98 per cent of votes counted, Mr Weah
received 61.5pc of the ballots while Mr Boakai received 38.5pc.
is set to succeed incumbent Ellen Johnson Sirleaf next month making it the country's first democratic transition in over 70 years.