“I’ M Not Interested In Gossip”

-VP Taylor Distances Herself From Leaked Audio

At long last, Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor breaks silence on leaked audio involving Bong suspended County Superintendent Esther Walker and some senior officials of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government headed by President George Manneh Weah government.

According to Okay FM, the Vice President has distanced herself saying she is not interested in gossips.

Recently, suspended Bong County Superintendent Esther Walker in a recent leaked audio stated that the Vice President was accused by Ministers Nathaniel McGill and Samuel Tweah of receiving a high traditional honor (Darkpanah) from traditional leaders in Bong County intended for President Weah.

Madam Walker also revealed that there is a rumor that VP Taylor and Bong County electoral district three Representative, Josiah Marvin Cole are reportedly planning to overthrow President Weah. However, Vice    President Taylor told Okay FM that she is not interested in gossips and rumors filtering within the inner circle of government.

There has been growing concerns from citizens across the country, anxious to hear from Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor and her role in the leaked audio.

According to the Liberian Vice President, she is more focused on how government will improve the economy of Liberia.

She mentioned that the governance of the state is of priority than to focus on issues that undermine the forward march of Liberia.

Meanwhile Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has mentioned that she will remain neutral into the impeachment trial of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh.

The Liberian Vice President added that the Associate Justice must be given due process under the law of Liberia. TNR

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