Sanctions Designate Nathaniel McGill In ‘Double Trouble’ As Wife U.S. Green Card Reportedly Seized

Mr Nathaniel F. McGill (Sanctions designate) and wife, Mrs. Vivian Innis McGill

One of the three Liberian government officials sanctions designate, suspended Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, and Chief of Staff to the Liberian leader, Nathaniel Falo McGill is said to be in ‘Double Trouble’ as his wife, Mrs. Vivian Innis McGill’s U.S. Green Card has reportedly been seized in the United States.

Sources hinted GNN noted that this latest action by the United States Government is in line of the recent sanctions imposed on her husband, Nathaniel Falo McGill for massive corruption, according to the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act. Nathaniel McGill during his tenure in government, bribed business owners, received bribes from potential investors, and accepted kickbacks for steering contracts to companies in which he has an interest.

McGill has manipulated public procurement processes in order to award multi-million dollar contracts to companies in which he has ownership, including by abusing emergency procurement processes to rig contract bids. McGill is credibly accused of involvement in a wide range of other corrupt schemes including soliciting bribes from government office seekers and misappropriating government assets for his personal gain.

He has used government funds allocated to other Liberian government institutions to run his own projects, made off-the-books payments in cash to senior government leaders, and organized warlords to threaten political rivals. McGill has received an unjustified stipend from various Liberian government institutions and used his position to prevent his misappropriation from being discovered. McGill regularly distributes thousands of dollars in undocumented cash to other government officials for government and non-government activities.

As a result of  this action, all property and interests in property of these targets that are in the United States or in the possession or control of U.S. persons must be blocked and reported to OFAC. In addition, any entities that are owned, directly or indirectly, 50 percent or more by one or more blocked persons are also blocked. OFAC’s regulations generally prohibit all dealings by U.S. persons or within the United States (including transactions transiting the United States) that involve any property or interests in property of blocked or designated persons.

Sources also closed to the GNN hinted hat Mrs. McGill has reportedly resigned her post at the UN in Liberia where she previously worked when she was called in to talk about policy issues.

Investigation continues

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