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“No Match For Me” …McGill Vows Victory In Margibi Senatorial Race

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MARGIBI CO.: Former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel Falo McGill, has sent out an open challenge that there will be no contenders for him in Margibi County in the October 10, 2023 Presidential and Legislative elections.

Margibi is one of Liberia’s populated counties with a population of 199,689, according the 2008 National Population Census report.

Aspirant McGill stated that he is with the strongest conviction that the citizens of Margibi have made up their minds to elect him as their next Senator.

He added that the citizens of the County have clearly understood that he means well for them.

“This is why, comes October 10, 2023, they will go to the polls to elect me as their next Senator,” the former Minister of State and Ex-Chief of Staff of President George Weah declared.

The former Minister made the statement over the weekend in Electoral District #1 Margibi County, when thousands of the citizens petitioned him to contest for the County Senatorial seat.

He however, accepted the citizens’ petition and informed them that they have made the right decision by petitioning him to contest for the Margibi Senatorial seat.

McGill told the citizens that they need to come together to redeem the county.

He called on the citizens of the County to take the month of March which is for the voters’ registration very seriously.

According to McGill, Margibi County belongs to President Weah and he (McGill) therefor on the day of the counting of the October 10 ballot papers, only the names of two of them, he would love to hear during the counting process.

McGill informed the petitioners that their county is getting greater amongst all of the counties in the country.

He stated that this is because Margibians are about to elect one of the biggest senators to transform the county for better.

The former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs reminded the citizens of Margibi that he will be an effective senator of the county, if elected.

He also cautioned Margibi citizens to see reasons to re-elect President George Weah who is a “good leader.”

“I will be a leader that will listen to my people at all times and I will be there to work in their interest”, assured McGill.

The citizens of Margibi County said they petitioned former Minister McGill for the many tangible projects he has carried out across the county.

Nathaniel McGill has contributed to several sectors in every part of Margibi County; therefore because of this, the citizens usually referred to him as “Talk & Do”.

Former Minister McGill is one of three senior Liberian Government officials who were, in 2022, sanctioned by the United States Government for alleged political corruption. McGill has, however, rejected claims that he was embroiled in political corruption while in government.

The US Government has also warned against anyone doing business with Ex-Minister McGill and two other sanctioned including former Solicitor General Cllr. Sayma Syrenius Cephus and Bill Twehway, former Managing Director of the State-owned National Port Authority (NPA.

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