‘Beggars’

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-Min. McGill Labels Opposition Politicians

By Mark N. Mengonfia –mmenginfia@gmail.com

Liberia’s Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathanial F. McGill has labeled opposition politicians as ‘beggars’ who frequently blast them [government] in the day and call them for handouts in the dark.

Addressing team of Executive Mansion Reporters at his residence in lower Margibi County, Minister McGill said all the good that the George Weah led administration has embarked on are not noticed by people from the opposition block.

The Minister stated that projects they have undertaken over a short period of time cannot be compared to governments in the past.

He outlined ongoing projects to include the building of roads to connect counties to the capitols, planting of street lights, sidewalk enhancement, conditioning and building of markets in the counties as projects that President George M. Weah sees dear and wants it completed in time.

Minister McGill said, all of what President George Weah is investing in to ensure that the country gets better is not seen by those in the opposition; adding that all they do is to lie and say things that are not realistic.

“If you want to keep lying, stop calling me in the night,” Minister McGill said.

Of recent, some junior and senior officials of government have complained that they are denied access to the president.    

Responding to a question relating to him [Minister McGill], MCC boss, Jefferson Kojiee and Finance Minister Samuel Tweah stopping other members of the CDC and other government officials from getting access to the president, Minister McGill said “Anybody can see the President.”

According to him, the office and home of the President is open to officials of government.

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