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Speaker Tyler admonishes River Cess citizens

By Titus Tokpah
Capitol Building, the seat of the Lawmakers
Capitol Building, the seat of the Lawmakers

( The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Alex Tyler, is admonishing Rivercess Citizens to take advantage of the Oil Law Consultations.

Speaker Tyler told the Rivercess citizens that now were the time for them to make meaningful suggestions to reform the Oil Sector and not to remain silent.

Speaker Tyler made the statement Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at the opening of the Oil Law Consultations at the Cestos City Hall.

According to our reporter travelling along with the House Speaker and delegation, some Cestos High School students were seen standing at the back of the City Hall displaying placards.

The students were cautioning national leaders to be sincere with the Oil Sector Reform process.

Though Speaker Tyler did not make any statement about the student group, he assured the entire River Cess County citizens that the consultations are to safeguard the Liberian Oil Sector.

The Speaker and delegation left Cestos City Wednesday, November 20, 2013 and are currently in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County, where another consultations will take place.


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