In the midst of the escalating political crisis in Margibi County, Hon. James Emmanuel Nuquay, the godfather and senator of the county, has vehemently denied the recent allegations made by his critics claiming that he was denied a US Visa.
During his speech on Friday, July 21, 2023, where he served as the chief launcher for the official launching of Action For Adolescent Development (A4DAD) organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports Margibi Chapter, Hon. Nuquay refuted the false information circulating in Margibi. These claims have caught the attention of the citizens over time.
Certain individuals, believed to be critics of Hon. Nuquay, took to their official Facebook pages to assert that the political godfather of the county was denied a Visa by the American Embassy.
However, in response to these allegations, Senator Nuquay confidently stated that there has never been a day where the US Embassy denied him a Visa. He emphasized that he is free to travel to the United States at any time. He made it clear that he is not a sanctioned individual and that he can easily visit the US Embassy for any purpose.
To prove the authenticity of his claim, the senator of Margibi County disclosed that he recently received a Multiple Entry Visa, which allows him to travel to the United States multiple times within a designated period. This visa grants him the privilege of entering and exiting the country whenever necessary.
Hon. James Emmanuel Nuquay urged the citizens of the county not to pay attention to or engage in any business with individuals condemned by the US Government.
He assured the people of Margibi that he is dedicated to promoting further development for the county’s growth.
He cautioned them against being misled by someone who, if elected, would represent Gbarpolu County and have no connection with the outside world.
Furthermore, Senator Nuquay took the opportunity to rally the support of Margibi citizens for the re-election of President George Weah, who is running under the CDC party, in the upcoming General and Legislative elections in October.