President George Manneh Weah will today depart the country for Senegal, Morocco, and France respectively.
According to an Executive Mansion dispatch , the Liberian leader will be away from Wednesday, February 14, to Friday, February 23, 2018.
On the first leg of President Weah’s visit; he will pay an official visit to Senegal from today and will spend two days in Dakar.
Additionally he will continue his trip with a private visit to Rabat Morocco for four days from February 16-20 respectively.
The dispatch further noted that President Weah will also pay an official visit to France where he is expected to meet his French counterpart, President Emmanuel Macron from February 21, to February 23, 2018.
Meanwhile, while the Liberian leader is away, the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill will Chair the Cabinet in consultation with Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor.
His trip marks the second since his ascendency as President of Liberia.
It can be recall that the Liberian leader after few days of the inauguration ceremony attended the African Union summit in Addis Ababa Ethiopia.
It is anticipated that his visits mainly to France will yield good dividen for the people of Liberia especially with President Weah’s recent statement at the 61st celebration of the Armed Forces of Liberia day where he promised to raise funds to help change the living conditions of AFL’s and other para-Military officers across the Country with major emphasis on building the first ever modern hospital for AFL and other para-Military officers.