Monrovia – Liberia’s vice President-elect Jewel Howard-Taylor has mentioned her ‘greatest weakness’ and how it defers from the leadership characteristics of incoming President George Weah. “He is a consensus builder and that is my weakness,” she said of President-elect Weah during an interview with BBC’s News Day program on Tuesday morning. For now, dissecting her leadership style from President-Elect Weah is significant for the stability of decision-making at the top of the executive. It is, however, too early to critique the vice President-elect administrative abilities although it is obvious to point to a possible disparity in decision-making at the top of government. The outgoing Vice President claims he was not given a decision-making role, and that Sirleaf’s squandered enormous opportunities for the country.
Source: Front Page Africa January 03, 2018 03:00 UTC