LIBERIA – Several George Weah’s officials have been susurrated in the past for alleged ill-treatment at the hands of President George Weah’s Chief of Office Staff, Mr. Nathaniel McGill. They blamed the suspended Minister of State for Presidential Affairs for intimidating and constantly blocking them from meeting the Liberian leader. It was also rumored that Nathaniel McGill, was allegedly undermining Vice President Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, hindering her smooth relationship with President and blocking her from seeing her boss.
And it appears, things have changed for the better for VP Howard-Taylor who had her very first official meeting with President Weah at his Executive Mansion office yesterday.
People knowledgeable of the issue said it was all joy at the Executive Mansion when the VP met with President Weah for the first time in his official office.
It is alleged that McGill had always done everything to ensure the Vice President did not meet her boss.
That’s why it’s not surprising the Vice President wrote on her tweeter field: “Today, September 5th, I paid a courtesy call to my boss to bring up to speed with the consolidated meeting held in Bong County; and the recommendations made towards our Weah 2023 one round victory…..”
The Vice President did not elaborate, but sources said Dr. Chief Jewel Howard-Taylor appeared very happy to have met the President officially in his office for the first time in five years.
Analysts say McGill’s sanction may be an indirect blessing for the Liberian Vice President who has allegedly been blocked consistently from seeing the President.
Several other senior public officials have also accused Nathaniel McGill of humiliating them by allegedly stopping them continuously from meeting with the Liberian President.
This is while, according to sources, a lot of public officials allegedly quietly celebrated when McGill was suspended by President Weah.
Our sources said the officials are wishing he gets officially fired by the President.
Nathaniel McGill and two other officials are sanctioned by the United States Government for official corruption and were subsequently suspended from office by President Weah.