Foreign Affairs
Liberian President vacates office because of snake infestation

The Liberian President, former footballer George Weah, has ended up having to vacate his office and work from home as a result of an infestation of snakes.

The President and his staff have been asked not to go anywhere near the Ministry for Foreign Affairs until the infestation is brought under control.

Snakes found in Liberia are venomous, and in the circumstances the President decided he would not take risks.

According to reports, the black snakes were seen emerging from cracks in the building.

This is the second time the building has been closed down because of an infestation by snakes.

 

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