Former President of Sierra Leone, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has conveyed his heartfelt commendations to Liberia’s President-elect Joseph Boakai and praised George Weah’s Leadership.
Dr. Koroma lauded President Weah’s exceptional statesmanship, applauding the peaceful, free, and transparent nature of the recently concluded election. The former president highlighted President Weah’s extraordinary leadership, exemplified by his early concession, a move that injected a breath of fresh air into the region’s democratic landscape.
Expressing congratulations to President-elect Joseph Boakai for his historic election, Dr. Koroma commended Boakai’s focused approach, organizational strength, and unwavering commitment to democracy throughout the electoral process. The former Sierra Leonean leader acknowledged the people of Liberia for their extraordinary determination, emphasizing that their conduct during the polls served as a testament to their commitment to peace and democracy.
Dr. Koroma reserved special recognition for the National Electoral Commission (NEC) of Liberia, acknowledging their critical role in ensuring the satisfactory conduct and acceptable outcome of the elections. He honored the men and women of NEC Liberia for upholding their constitutional mandate and providing exemplary service to their nation.
Wishing the President-elect, his government, and the people of Liberia success in their pursuit of economic renewal, political reconciliation, peace, and the consolidation of democracy, Dr. Koroma echoed President Weah’s sentiment that it is the Liberian people who emerge as the true winners. He urged Liberians to collaborate for the greater good of their beloved nation.
In a gracious note, Dr. Koroma extended best wishes to outgoing President George Weah in his future endeavors. The message underscored a spirit of camaraderie and shared aspirations for a stable, democratic, and prosperous West Africa.