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Weah’s biographer leaves Liberia for US after column

Isaac Vah TukpahCopyright: Isaac Vah Tukpah
Isaac Vah Tukpah is uncertain about returning to Liberia soon because of "family fears"

Isaac Vah TukpahCopyright: Isaac Vah Tukpah
Isaac Vah Tukpah is uncertain about returning to Liberia soon because of “family fears”

A man who had composed a history of Liberia’s President George Weah, who had fruitlessly endeavored to leave the nation last week in the midst of contention over the book, is presently in the US.

Isaac Vah Tukpah flew out of the country after the president said he was a liberated person and could decide to remain or leave the country.

The co-creator, who holds both Liberian and US travel papers, says he is currently dubious with regards to getting back soon in view of

“family fears”.

The discussion followed the distributing of the unapproved life story, which incorporates some “foul” depictions about the main woman.

The book, George Weah: The Dream, The Legend, The Rise to Power, distributed last month cites the president as talking about the sexual propensities for his better half.

Mr Tukpah has dismissed public judgment of the distribution, demanding the individual to fault for the contention is

“clearly, the president who directed those sentiments toward friends and is known to express far more terrible things about ladies he got physically involved with”.

He let the BBC know that he and his co-essayist had attempted to no end to arrive at President Weah for his authorization before the book was distributed.

The creator, who is a previous partner of the Liberian president, but said that he felt frustrated about the utilization of a few physically realistic articulations credited to the president.

He encouraged individuals to peruse the life story and

“I’m certain subsequent to understanding it, they will see that the president was really adulating his significant other”.

There is as yet broad judgment of the book, which is allegedly selling quick on Amazon since the beginning of the discussion.

The Liberia Council of Churches is among the most recent to censure it and has requested that the creators apologize to the principal woman.

The data service says the book contains

“revolting and maligning materials against the main family”

and has communicated probability of legitimate activity against Mr Tukpah.

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