McGill is heard telling the residents of Todee that their action to abandon their area of residence to go Margibi and register with the intention to vote for him and Rep. Attoh Wreh on election day shows that Liberians are beginning to make a sound judgment in electing the right people to serve them. Photo Credit: Nathaniel McGill’s Facebook

President Weah’s Ex-Chief-of- Staff Nat McGill Caught on Tape Thanking ‘Trucked’ Voter Registrants 

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McGill is heard telling the residents of Todee that their action to abandon their area of residence to go Margibi and register with the intention to vote for him and Rep. Attoh Wreh on election day shows that Liberians are beginning to make a sound judgment in electing the right people to serve them. Photo Credit: Nathaniel McGill’s Facebook

TODEE, Monterrdo County – Former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill has been caught on tape expressing thanks and appreciation to voters in Todee District that he allegedly trucked to register in Margibi County.

Todee is located in Montserrado County Electoral District #1 and is represented by Rep. Lawrence Morris at the House, and Senators Darius Dillon and Saah Joseph at the Liberian Senate.

Minister McGill, once the closest aid and chief of staff of President George Weah, was sanctioned by the United States Government for his alleged involvement in public corruption in Liberia. Despite denying the allegations, McGill, along with two other officials slapped with similar sanctions, was forced to resign.

However, in his bid to make a dramatic comeback to public service, he soon launched his senatorial bid in Margibi County, vowing to contest one of the county’s senatorial seats that will be up for grabs in the pending October presidential and legislative elections.

Despite the United States’ warning that anyone who supports McGill and any of the the sanctioned officials will be sanctioned as well, McGill stills enjoys the support of the President and the ruling CDC. Photo Credit: Nathaniel McGill Son Facebook.

Amid public outcry, McGill, who still enjoys the backing of President Weah and the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), has used his wealth and influence to establish himself as a formidable aspirant in the upcoming race.

He was accused by his opponents of trucking thousands of voters from Montserrado and elsewhere to register in Margibi County during the biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise.

Following the completion of the BVR exercise, McGill visited Todee District recently to thank all those who went to Margibi to register there in support of his senatorial bid and the re-election of Rep. Ellen Attoh Wreh of District #3, Margibi County.

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