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I still enjoy good working relationship with Pres. Weah, Presidential Press Secretary breaks silence, dismisses media report Featured

Presidential Press Secretary Isaac Solo Kelgbeh has broken silence, describing as totally untrue media report that he is allegedly experiencing unfriendly and difficult conditions in the discharge of his duties.

Responding to the May 15, 2022 edition of the Smart News Liberia online publication, Mr. Kelgbeh, in a statement he issued, said the publication is obviously driven by political interest.

“I want to emphatically state here that I have the most pleasant and unhindered working relations with President Weah, the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill and the Chief of Protocol of the Executive Mansion, Nora Finda Bundoo,” he stated, contrary to the media report.

Responding further, he clarified that at no time he has ever been denied access to his boss, President Weah nor does the Office of the Presidential Press Secretary lack the requisite support to function.

According to him, he was duly granted Medical Leave to seek treatment in the United States of America.

“For the record, I have received and continued to receive massive support from the Office of the President as I undergo my treatment and recovering processes,” he added.

Under the caption: “Where is President Weah’s Press Secretary?”, the writer and publisher of the Smart News Liberia online platform, the Presidential Press Secretary Kelgbeh emphasized also falsely accused the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Nathaniel McGill of being unkind to him and has also allegedly made conditions for him (Solo Kelgbeh) very difficult.

Mr. Kelgbeh, however, used the occasion to commend President Weah for prioritizing his treatment and generally for supporting the health of his employees.

“My treatment is progressing well and I look forward to returning to Liberia soon,” the ailing presidential press secretary assured the public.

Emphasizing further, he pointed out that his special thanks go to the President for his unwavering support during a trying period of his illness which has kept him alive to date.

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