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Min. McGill Reacts To Kogar’s Claims

The Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill, said recent rants spewed out against his person by Nimba County Representative, Samuel Kogar, has what he called political motive.
Recently, Representative Kogar appeared on Ok FM alleging that Minister Nathaniel has abandoned his work for which he is being paid and doing President George Manneh Weah’s function.
The lawmaker also alleged that the Minister was shielding the Liberian leader from interacting with other leaders who may want to see the President.
Representative Samuel Kogar

In response to Rep. Kogar’s claims when he addressed Executive Mansion Reporters at his residence on Tuesday in an irritated mood, trashed the allegation made against him while describing the Nimba County lawmaker as an angry man.
He said contrast to the lawmaker’s claims; President Weah is not the kind of leader that anyone can hide. He loves seeing his colleagues, least to mention reputable lawmaker Rep. Samuel Kogar.
According to him, what is agitating the lawmaker is that he wants President George Manneh Weah to dismiss Nimba County Current Superintendent, Nelson N. Korquoi, a request, the Liberian leader has refused to do which McGill alleged has precipitated the lawmaker’s fury and therefore spewing lies against him.

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