Liberia: CUPGG Dismisses Assassination Plot Claims attributed TO Minister Of State For Presidential Affairs

.. Challenges Sen.Dillon To Substantiate Claims Over Corruption Allegations

Raine Golegio

Citizens United to Protect Good Governance in Liberia has rubbished assassination plot claim attributed to Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel F. McGill and calls on Senator Dillon to substantiate claims over corruption allegations.

In a press statement issued on Tuesday in Monrovia, CUPGG says its attention has been drawn to the persistent and baseless allegations made against the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathanial Fallo McGill by Bacchus Menipakei Carr who is purporting to be a Civil Society actor.

They added that mountainous accusations on the Facebook Page and other News Outlets by Mr. Carr who claimed to be the Executive Director of the Concern Youth in Solidarity for the Promotion of Good Governance (CYSPGG) and a civil and human rights activist doesn’t only brought himself to public disrepute but the entire Liberian citizens who have known Minister McGill as a humble and a man with reputable Character whose integrity remains unmatchable in the governance process of the Country.

CUPGG further challenged Bacchus Menipakei Carr to go beyond such mere and unfounded allegations against the Minister McGill and provide sufficient facts to justify his claims in order to substantiate the falsehood against the Minister who is working tirelessly along with the President of Liberia in transforming the livelihoods of the ordinary masses.

The group Secretary Alexander H.M. Williams is of the strongest conviction that in the absence of providing the needed facts , the allegations are intended to blackmail and besmear the character of Minister McGill and dent the image of the Liberian government to the International Community and to also seek for political asylum at the detriment of this illustrious Minister and a blessing to the Liberian people and that Mr. Carr is being used by officials of the Opposition block to tarnish the reputations of the Minister of State Hon. McGill in Particular and the Weah-led government in general.

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CUPGG Secretary Mr. Alexander H. M. Williams encourages Minister McGill not to take these grave allegations lightly but to institute legal action against Bacchus Menipakei Carr to serve as a deterrent to those who hide themselves under the constitution of Liberia to levied empty and malicious comments against prominent citizens without providing facts.

… Challenges Sen.Dillon To Substantiate Claims Over Corruption Allegations

Raine Golegio

Citizens United to Protect Good Governance in Liberia has rubbished assassination plot claim attributed to Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel F. McGill and calls on Senator Dillon to substantiate claims over corruption allegations.

In a press statement issued on Tuesday in Monrovia, CUPGG says its attention has been drawn to the persistent and baseless allegations made against the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathanial Fallo McGill by Bacchus Menipakei Carr who is purporting to be a Civil Society actor.

They added that mountainous accusations on the Facebook Page and other News Outlets by Mr. Carr who claimed to be the Executive Director of the Concern Youth in Solidarity for the Promotion of Good Governance (CYSPGG) and a civil and human rights activist doesn’t only brought himself to public disrepute but the entire Liberian citizens who have known Minister McGill as a humble and a man with reputable Character whose integrity remains unmatchable in the governance process of the Country.

CUPGG further challenged Bacchus Menipakei Carr to go beyond such mere and unfounded allegations against the Minister McGill and provide sufficient facts to justify his claims in order to substantiate the falsehood against the Minister who is working tirelessly along with the President of Liberia in transforming the livelihoods of the ordinary masses.

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The group Secretary Alexander H.M. Williams is of the strongest conviction that in the absence of providing the needed facts , the allegations are intended to blackmail and besmear the character of Minister McGill and dent the image of the Liberian government to the International Community and to also seek for political asylum at the detriment of this illustrious Minister and a blessing to the Liberian people and that Mr. Carr is being used by officials of the Opposition block to tarnish the reputations of the Minister of State Hon. McGill in Particular and the Weah-led government in general.

CUPGG Secretary Mr. Alexander H. M. Williams encourages Minister McGill not to take these grave allegations lightly but to institute legal action against Bacchus Menipakei Carr to serve as a deterrent to those who hide themselves under the constitution of Liberia to levied empty and malicious comments against prominent citizens without providing facts.

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