Do you think LBDI would bend its lending practices if Nathaniel McGill were an average Joe? Please, an average Joe’s application would never see the light of day because he’s credit risk! (Re “LBDI President Confirms Nathaniel McGill’s US$200k Mortgage Application”) Even though Nat. McGill is a credit risk, he’s NO average Joe. He’s the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs. And, as such, he has a lot of power and influence in presidential decisions.
For example, if Mr. McGill recommends that Mr. John S. Bestman, LBDI President, be the next Central Bank Governor, do you think President Weah will say no?? I don’t think so. So there’s strong possibility that a quid pro quo exist between Mr. Bestman and Mr. McGill.
In other words: Mr. McGill’s loan application + Promise of CBL Governor job to LBDI President (John Bestman) = $200,000 approved mortgage loan. Who told you that LBDI don’t bent its lending practices for political appointees?