Liberia's George Weah: Too many broken promises?
Two years after Liberian President George Weah stormed to power on a promise to create jobs and battle corruption in a country where the majority of people live below the poverty line, frustration with his government is growing. Many accuse Weah of gross economic mismanagement - and also of reluctance to seek justice for the victims of the country's bloody civil wars. We speak to Liberian activist and political analyst Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei.
Once popular Weah battles mass protests in Liberia
Liberia's president, the former soccer player George Weah, is facing large-scale demonstrations against his government over corruption and economic woes.
Liberia's Weah takes steps to tackle inflation, poverty
Liberian President George Weah said on Monday (July 16) he would take measures to tackle rampant inflation and poverty, including injecting $25 million into the forex market and taking steps to bring more local cash into the formal banking system.
See what Liberian President Weah has done in one month
Liberian President, Weah, tells Buhari his achievement one into office.
George Weah what to know
George Weah was born and raised in the Clara Town slum of Monrovia. His parents were William T. Weah, Sr. and Anna Quayeweah. He has three children with his wife Clar.