Weah poised to appoint Edwin Melvin Snowe as campaign director
A son retour au Liberia prévu après une courte halte au Ghana, le président George Weah compte préparer les élections générales d'octobre 2023.
The Liberian president has asked his ministers and advisers to renegotiate terms and conditions with mining operators who are suspected of not paying their fair dues to the state. At the same time, the government is considering setting up a state-owned mining company.
President George Weah's closest aide has been hit with US sanctions and the country is in an economic mess. The Liberian leader has been forced to adapt and is relying on a handful of advisers as he prepares to run for a second term in next year's elections.
Solway, a firm which steel giant ArcelorMittal accuses of encroaching on its iron ore concessions in Liberia, is headed by Estonian multimillionaire businessman Aleksandr Bronstein, who seems to enjoy the blessings of George Weah's administration.