Downplaying U.S. Sanctions: As Baptist Soul Winning Conference Assures McGill ‘The Sanctions Will Be Transferred’

Mr. Nathaniel F. McGill being prayed for

The U.S. Treasury Department Sanctions recently imposed on three senior Liberian government officials for their alleged involvement in corruption, undermining democracy in Liberia for their own personal benefit are said to be paying less attention to the allegation levied against them.

Two of the three, suspended Minister of State for Presidential Affairs and President Weah’s Chief of office staff, Nathaniel F. McGill and the Solicitor General of Liberia, Sayma Syrenius Cephus have all resolved to fight back, noting that they were falsely accused by the U.S. Treasury Department.

Both men have written their replies which were published in local dailies denouncing any involvement of the allegations they noted ‘Falsely’ levied against them by the United States Treasury Department calling on the Liberian leader, President George M. Weah to see reason for their prosecution.

For his part, Nathaniel McGill after releasing his denial in local dailies, he was seen in central Liberia, Bong County, to be specific where a religious group calling itself, the Baptist Soul Winning Conference of Liberia were seen offering prayers to the U.S. sanctions designee aimed at allowing the imposition of the sanctions to be transferred from Mr. McGill.

As Liberians calling on the President to dismiss these officials who have been designated by the U.S. sanctions, the sanctions designee are hopeful of their return to work, noting that they are not move of the sanctions being imposed on them by the U.S. Treasury Department.

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