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CNDRA Refutes Media Reports

The Center for National Documents and Records Agency has refuted a media report suggesting that its Director General C. Neileh Daitouah is using the Agency funds to support conflict within the National Patriotic Party (NPP).

Two NPP partisans Saykagepou A. Sagepou and Alexander Shannon told OK FM Morning Show on Monday, October 22, 2018 that the CNDRA Director General C. Neileh Daitouah is using the entity money to support the ongoing political conflict in the party.

The Agency described the reports as unsubstantiated and sensational, categorically denying it. “At no point in time, the DG gives the institution money to aid conflict in the party.“To this end, the CNDRA wishes to inform members of the press and public including other key stakeholders that these statements are false and misleading,” the National Archives statement noted.

The CNDRA wishes to state that it is unfortunate to attribute the ongoing political crisis within NPP to the National Archives Boss Neileh Daitouah.It should be noted that the agency will not commit government resources towards a crisis in the NPP or any political party, a practice that is totally against good governance.

CNDRA is challenging Saykagepou A. Sagepou and Alexander Shannon to provide facts in order to substantiate their baseless claims against its Director General C. Neileh Daitouah.

In conclusion, the leadership of CNDRA condemns in the strongest terms possible attempts by individuals who give a false impression that D.G Daitouah is the chief financier of the ongoing NPP leadership crisis.

This act amounts to blackmailing and media in Liberia should start discouraging individuals from using their platforms to report falsehood about credible government officials.-Press Release


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