February 21, 2024

McGill Campaign for Weah in Margibi

Margibi County – Former Minister of State for Presidential and US Senction Government Official, now Margibi County Senator-elect Nathaniel F. McGill, has called on citizens of Margibi County not to vote for Unity Party Joseph Boakai in the 2023 presidential run-off election ahead of the NEC announcement. He claimed that by doing so, he and Senator Emmanuel Nuquay would become opposition legislators.

The former minister of state stated that the county’s voters ought to support President George M. Weah in the run-off presidential election by a wide margin when appearing as a guest on Radio Margibi over the weekend. He stated that the county’s roads, the welfare of Firestone employees, and the development of a cutting-edge government referral hospital will all be addressed by President Weah’s reelection.

He claimed that talks are still going on with county candidates who ran in the just-concluded elections to back the president in the rerun. McGill went on to say that the president is committed to changing Liberia and that he can only do it while he is in the Executive Mansion.

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