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The Fadiga Brothers

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (MINNESOTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2014)

The Fadiga brothers were not denied employment in government. 

One of the most disconcerting trends among Liberians is spreading falsehood and disinformation about people they do not know. What is even more troubling is that some people genuinely believe the lies they spread. Against this backdrop, it is expedient that we set straight some of the fallacies spewed against us. It is imperative for the naysayers and cynics to know that the Fadiga brother’s criticism of President Sirleaf has nothing to do with employment in government.

The Fadiga brothers support of president Sirleaf was not belly-driven, and we will continue to support the president’s policies that benefit the masses. Simultaneously, we will not turn a blind eye on official corruption, culture of impunity, and vices in government. Contrary to naysayer’s assertions, we were never denied position in president Sirleaf’s government.

In all fairness to this government, we were sternly encouraged by close associates of president Sirleaf, and senior officials of government, to return to Liberia in order to assist in nation building. It is laughable to watch some folks spread falsehood about us on social media.

Second fallacy: We were not “Paid Agent” as some would desperately want to believe. The Sirleaf led government never paid us $5000.00 a month. The information is untrue; it is solely intended to tarnish our reputation. It makes no sense for the government of Liberia to pay us to do her public relation.

Lastly, there has been news circling that Hon. Amara Kanneh gave us $15,000.00 to bribe demonstrators at the Independence Day celebration held in Minnesota last year. We like to make it unequivocally clear that this news is also grossly fictitious. Some of you can either believe the lies spread by less-busy underachievers, or get the true story from the horse’s mouth.

The Fadiga brothers support of president Sirleaf was not belly-driven, and we will continue to support the president’s policies that benefit the masses. Simultaneously, we will not turn a blind eye on official corruption, culture of impunity, and vices in government. Contrary to naysayer’s assertions, we were never denied position in president Sirleaf’s government.

In all fairness to this government, we were sternly encouraged by close associates of president Sirleaf, and senior officials of government, to return to Liberia in order to assist in nation building. It is laughable to watch some folks spread falsehood about us on social media.

Second fallacy: We were not “Paid Agent” as some would desperately want to believe. The Sirleaf led government never paid us $5000.00 a month. The information is untrue; it is solely intended to tarnish our reputation. It makes no sense for the government of Liberia to pay us to do her public relation.
Lastly, there has been news circling that Hon. Amara Kanneh gave us $15,000.00 to bribe demonstrators at the Independence Day celebration held in Minnesota last year. We like to make it unequivocally clear that this news is also grossly fictitious. Some of you can either believe the lies spread by less-busy underachievers, or get the true story from the horse’s mouth.

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