Gbarnga, Bong County-President
Former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel F. McGill has continued to plead his innocence about the corruption allegations levied against him by the United States Treasury Department.
Speaking during the launching ceremony of the Diamond Girls for the re-election of President George Weah and Rep. Marvin, Minister McGill maintained that the United States Government is being misinformed by wrong intel, stating that he has every reason to believe that the United States government does not hate him but they have been misinformed into believing information some people may have told them for which he was designated and sanctioned without having the opportunity to be allowed to state his side of the story.
“I hate corruption. I don’t like corruption. Let me say this, I know people will hate me for this; some people are in this government that lies on me, but my God will see them and judge them”, former Minister McGill noted.
He said he is not a target of the US Department of Treasury and he sees no reason for ever believing it, adding that “those who had the genuine reason to investigate corruption must have unfortunately been misled by others who he claimed does not have any evidence or facts to prove their allegation against him.
The former Minister however encouraged the people of Bong County that the wide support he is getting from them as citizens should be extended to re-electing President George Manneh Weah and Representative J. Marvin Cole of Bong County Electoral District #3.
He further encouraged citizens to get registered as valid voters when the National Elections Commission (NEC) begins its biometric voter registration exercise which is expected to kickstart April 2023.