President George Manneh Weah sent two separate condolence messages over the weekend to the Republics of Zimbabwe and Mozambique following tragic flooding and heavy downpour which resulted to the deaths of dozens of people and injured scores of others in the two east African countries respectively.
According to a Foreign Ministry release dated 26 March, President Weah expressed profound sadness and deep sorrow over the deaths of more than 259 persons and injury of many more in Zimbabwe.
The release said the president is saddened by the deaths of at least 1000 persons with more than 750 others injured in Mozambique as a result of flooding and heavy rainfall due to an unusual storm which hit the Port City of Biera, in Mozambique and neighboring countries respectively.
In his condolence message to President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe, President Weah on behalf of the Government and people of Liberia, and in his own name, extended heartfelt condolences to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, and through him, to the Government and people of Zimbabwe for the irreparable loss sustained.
To the Government and people of Mozambique, President George Manneh Weah, on behalf of Liberia, conveyed heartfelt condolences to President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, and through him, to the Government and people of Mozambique for the irreparable loss sustained.
President Weah then prayed that the people of Zimbabwe and Mozambique will find comfort, fortitude and endurance during this difficult period of mourning.–Press release