The U.S. Treasury Department Sanctions On Liberian Officials Walhalla

Many Liberian Government officials are said to be jittering  as to who will be the next persons to be  sanctions designated  by the United States Treasury Department amid the continuous acts of rampant corruption in Liberia nowadays in the CDC-led Government of President George Manneh Weah.

GNN investigation has uncovered that many officials of the Liberian Government, many of whom who were unyielding, and considered the act of corruption in their assigned position  as a privilege are now worrying over their fate in the coming days when in case the axe of U.S. Sanction falls.

Already three amongst several to be sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department have falling, while others to follow suit for their role in enriching themselves, while majority of the citizenry are drowning in abject poverty.

Information also gathered by the GNN has revealed that the first three sanctions designated officials are said to be fighting back, aimed at pleading innocence for the allegations they noted  levied against them by the U.S. Treasury Department.

One of the sanctions designated officials, suspended Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, President Weah’s Chief of  Office Staff, Nathaniel Falo McGill in his defense have written his boss, President George M. Weah to turn the case over the Ministry of Justice, but failed to realize that what is unfolding, for them to be sanctioned is above the Liberian Government.

Mr. McGill in his widely publicized and paid for supplement in local dailies denied the allegation levied against him by the U.S. Treasury Department for which he was sanctions designated, citing his alleged involvement in corrupt practices along with two others. In his letter to the Liberian leader, McGill said the allegation against him and others contained criminal mischaracterizations of his person, name and character while holding office as Minister of State for Presidential Affairs.

However, said letter to the Liberian leader by Minister McGill will be published in our subsequent posting.

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