Over Multiple Resignations, Executive Mansion Responds, says: Man Moving, Man Dropping as More Personal Clean Up Expected


Deputy Presidential Press Secretary Smith Toby said President George Weah is not worried about recent multiple resignations by some officials of Government.

According to him” Man Moving, Man Dropping”, nothing that, there will be more personal and willing clean up, Smith added.

Some people he noted will get angry and leave but, the government is not worried, assuring that the system will get clean up and later on get better, Mr. Toby told executive mansion reporters Tuesday at a regular news briefing.

Mr.  Toby speaking further pointed out that the system is infested with lots of inpatient people, indicating further that due to the absence of “no business as usual”, they are leaving.

The issue of resignation he stressed is not strange in Liberia, this Government including the globe at large, as such, it should not be politicized or misinterpreted, the Deputy Press Secretary warned.

Mr. Toby at the same time termed as untrue rumor that Justice Minister Cllr. Musa Dean has tender in his resignation, describing such as false and misleading.

He said the president still enjoys the confidence of Cllr. Dean to serve his people and wonders exactly where such  mis-information is emulating from.

Explaining further he narrated that the former head of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia Tolbert Nyenswah resigned at the time his tenure at that government institution was expiring, as such he choose to leave.

He however regretted on the resignation of the former head of the National Bureau of Concession Gregory Coleman whose resignation letter was made public on social media before its submission to the President, something he noted was unfair to the highest office of the Land.

Additionally, he stated that the president has absolutely nothing to do with the resignation of the Comptroller general of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission Mr. Nagbe because he was not appointed by him President (Weah) though he was quick to mention that content of the letter was uncivil.

According to him the Country’s economy is at a snail pace but noted that the Government is working on ways and means to help address it gradually.

As part of that series of workable measures he noted have been taken so far , disclosing  that the cabinet on Monday endorsed two major workable instruments for the benefit of the nation and its people.

Mr. Toby named the endorsement of the National Financial Inclusion Strategy 2019-2023 and the Liberia second National Action Plan on Women Peace and Security as major decisions reached by the Liberian cabinet.

Meanwhile in a means to give the former Statesman Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine a befitting burial, the cabinet has agreed to postpone the National County Sports meet from December 14, 2019 to January 4, 2020.


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