Speaker Koffa Constitutes Ad-hoc Committee -To Probe Protest At Bea Mountain Mining Company


In response to the ongoing protest at Bea Mountain Mining Company in Cape Mount, the Speaker of the Honorable House of Representatives, Cllr. Fonati Koffa has taken decisive action by establishing an Ad-hoc Intervention Committee. According to the House Press Bureau, the committee is tasked with conducting a thorough investigation into the issues surrounding the protest, ensuring a fair and impartial inquiry. The legislative delegation, comprising esteemed members such as Hon. Yekeh Kolubah, Dixon Seboe, Eugene Kollie, Emmanuel Dahn, Foday Fahnbulleh, Edward Flomo and three lawmakers from Cape Mount, is en route to Cape Mount today.  This delegation, as deputies of the people, demonstrates the commitment of the House of Representatives to working in the best interest of the citizens. The Ad-hoc Intervention Committee will work diligently to gather facts, engage stakeholders, and present a comprehensive report that will guide future actions and decisions. The House emphasized its dedication to addressing the concerns of the people and fostering a resolution that ensures justice and fairness. The House of Representatives called for calm and cooperation from all parties involved, urging citizens to trust in the investigative process. The commitment to transparent governance and the well-being of the people remains unwavering, the House assured.

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