— Liberian President, George Weah has been forced of his office by snakes.
— He is Currently working from his private residence.
— The building is currently shut down until April 22 after fumigation.
Two black snakes were found in a hole in the office of the Liberian President, George Weah at Monrovia, the capital of Liberia.
This has forced the president to work from his private residence.
Deputy press secretary, Smith Toby announced that the president will be away until fumigation. The office is currently closed down and all staff were also told to stay away until April 22 after the fumigation.
Speaking to the press, Mr Toby said the possibility of snakes in the building is high and after fumigation, the president shall resume the office on Monday whether the snakes are found or not.
“That building’s been there for years now, and because of the drainage system, the possibility of having things like snakes crawling in that building was high,” he said.
“The president is definitely returning to his office on Monday after the fumigation whether or not the snakes are found and killed.”
George Weah was a former professional football player. He played as a striker during his career. The president has been in office since 2018 and is the 25th President of Liberia,
Last Year, the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari had to work from home after his return from UK. This although wasn’t about snakes, it was about rat infestation. The rats damaged his office forcing the Nigerian president to work from home.
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