MONROVIA, LIBERIA – The Liberian Government has reassured the international community through the United Nations General Assembly of its commitment to fight corruption.
President George Weah in a special message said his commitment to the fight against corruption remains unwavering, evidenced by several anti-corruption measures instituted since assuming office nearly four years ago.
President Weah reaffirmed his zero tolerance on corruption, vowing to ensure transparency and accountability across his administration.
The Liberian Leader was speaking Wednesday when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly via zoom, on progress being made by his Government in the fight against corruption and graft.
Acknowledging that corruption constitutes a huge challenge in Liberia, the President told the UNGA that his administration has made enormous strides in purging the country of corruption.
President Weah told the General Assembly that he reconstituted the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission in 2019 to assess the framework of Liberia’s fight against corruption.
The two-day UNGA Session is being convened to discuss challenges and measures to prevent and combat corruption and strengthen international cooperation.