The Commissioner-designate for Cinta Township, Margibi County Roland Sackie Johnson seriously warns residents of the township who are responsible for land-related conflict to desist immediately.
He says residents who have received money or payment for land and have not signed deeds and other relevant documents should see reason to sign them now or refund such money.
His warning is predicated upon a complaint filed by Margibi County Land Commissioner, informing him of series of land-related problems in the township.Commissioner Johnson: “When I met the Land Commissioner yesterday, he told me he said Roland, there are lots of problems in your clan about land. People have bought land; they have not signed their deeds and other things; there are lots of land conflict. But I assure you that the land conflict that has lasted for a long time, I will solve your problem in a short period of time. I will work for the fruit to be shown, those people you paid your money to that have not signed your deeds, those people that took your land and sold it, I say this is a warning; please sign the people’s deeds or give back the money.”
He gave the warning recently in Weala District at his residence during an official welcoming program organized by citizens of Cinta Township.He also calls on the people of the township to unite and work for the peace, stability, reconciliation, and development of the Township, stressing that it was time to bury the past and forge ahead in unity.
The Cinta Commissioner assures citizens that as a young man, he will not fail, because the young people believe in him. He calls on various groups in the township, including the Gbaisue Development Association or GDA headed by ex-Speaker Emmanuel J. Nuquay and the Clarence and Friends Association or CFA headed by Representative Clarence G. Gahr to unite and work for the betterment of the Cinta Township.
Meanwhile Commissioner Johnson lauds President George Manneh Weah for his preferment and promises to do everything possible in helping the government succeeds. The reception began with a parade from CICO Liberia compound and ended with an indoor program at Johnson’s Methodist community residence.
In a related development, outgoing Cinta Township Commissioner William B. Sackie Julye expresses willingness to working with his successor. Julye thanks President Weah for the opportunity to serve in government.
He thanks the people of Cinta for their level of support during his administration and urges them to demonstrate similar cooperation with Commissioner Johnson to enable him succeed in his leadership.
By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi -Editing by Jonathan Browne