Nathaniel McGill, former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, is determined to prevent cabinet members who have displayed double standards from returning to office if President George Weah is re-elected.

Nathaniel McGill, a former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, has promised to prevent many cabinet ministers from returning to their positions if President George Weah wins re-election in the 2023 elections.

The ex-government official, who has been sanctioned by the United States, also accused some officials of the Weah-Taylor administration of providing information to the opposition while maintaining a double standard.

McGill, who is running for the senatorial seat of Margibi County, believes that the Coalition for Democratic Change would lose an election if it were held at present due to the selfishness and cruelty of some government officials towards citizens.

He expressed these views during an endorsement event with first-time voters in Kakata, Margibi County over the weekend.

McGill also promised to prevent double standards officials from being confirmed by the Liberian Senate if elected Senator of Margibi County.

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