Monrovia — The Chairman of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), Mr. Alexander B. Cummings, has challenged President George Manneh Weah to place a keen focus on his enormous task of improving the living conditions of Liberians and moving the country forward, instead of competing with local musical artists.

Mr. Cummings stated that for the past years, the Liberian Chief Executive has busied himself singing and merrymaking, while the vast majority of his citizens continue to suffer.

Since his inauguration in January 2018, President Weah has produced four songs including: Coronavirus, Wokie Wokie, Mr. Liar Man and Happy Birthday.

The tracks Mr. Liar Man and Happy Birthday were released days after the conduct of the December 8 senatorial election.

But in his New Year Message to Liberians, Mr. Cummings maintained that despite the numerous challenges confronting Liberia and its citizens, President Weah has allegedly failed to hold officials of his government accountable.

“There is an increase in violence and insecurity in every part of the country. The banking sector is suffering from a liquidity crisis. Government employees are not being paid their reduced (harmonized) salaries on time. Our President is busy singing and merrymaking while our people are suffering. No one is being held to account for the abuse of national resources and power – our people are undergoing many difficulties”.

He claimed that the manner and form in which the country has been governed over the last few years by the Weah led government have caused many to wonder “where we are headed in the remaining three years of his administration”.