President George Weah Is Running A “Corrupt’ Government” Says U.S Congressman Christopher Henry Smith.
Representative Chris Smith from the United States of America; particularly the State of New Jersey has accused President George Weah of leading a Government that has been engaged in political corruption since he assumed Official duty as President of Liberia in 2018.
The United States Congressman’s latest statement follows the Lantos Commission Hearing on Tuesday,” President George Weah leads a kleptocratic government that has been engaged in political corruption from the day he assumed office by depleting the government coffers for personal use while the people of Liberia suffer” Congressman Smith stated.
Little over Fortnight ago, The United States government back in 2020 sanctioned Grand Cape Mount County Senator, Cllr Varner Sherman of the 54th National Legislature for corruption, and emphasized that more needed to be done with other Officials in Liberia.
In a live video podcast displayed on Facebook by President Weah’s fierce critic Henry Costa, Representative Smith mentioned that the United States has a special relationship with Liberia which was founded by free slaves in America.
Cable TV has reliably learned that the Lantos Human Rights Committee Chairs by Congressman Chris Smith has sanctioned over 240 Personalities of the world worst human rights abusers from over thirty countries deemed as Economic Criminals.
Congressman Smith was also instrumental in pressuring Nigeria to turn over former Liberian President; now war crimes criminal Charles Taylor for war crimes committed in Sierra Leone.
It can also be recalled in 2019 congressman Smith issued a statement surrounding Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee and the thuggish behavior of the Congress for Democratic Change Security Force he Allegedly heads regarding worsening political conditions in Liberia, unfortunately, the Weah’s regime said the congressman statement did not reflect any truth.
Congressman Smith is the dean of New Jersey’s Congressional delegation. He has focused much of his career promoting human rights abroad, including authoring the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 and several follow-on laws. Smith has used his leadership positions, including chairmanships, to author multiple pieces of legislation focused on human rights and conduct aggressive oversight of human rights abuses, actions that have earned him scorn from abusing nations.