The Land Commissioner of River Gee County Mr. Jarpue B.Wesseh has called on citizens in the Diaspora to engage land and invest at home for prompt development undertaking. He said all river gee citizens at home and abroad should begin engaging homeland in the county for the purpose of undertaking some development projects in the county.
According to Mr. Wesseh, River Gee citizens in and outside of the county to begin returning home to engage homeland for development purpose at this virgin stage of the county if posterity should regard them.
Speaking to our Reporter in Fish town city, River Gee County recently Commissioner Wesseh stressed the need for citizens to return home and begin investing in their county as another means of development.
According to him, there are many opportunities in the county, especially in its provisional capital where most outsiders are depleting city - land because the citizens keep themselves away .
He said his office won't give any preferential treatment because the sale of the city- land was being guided by government's policy on the sale of public land.
Mr. Wesseh said nobody will be denied purchase of land for development , especially in Fish town city and nearby towns. He said most people are buying land there because the land is being sold relatively cheap to all persons. He therefore urged River Gee Citizens at home and abroad to begin returning home and investing for the peace and betterment of the county and its people.
In related development, Commissioner Wesseh has disclosed that community and opinion leaders in the county have been instrumental in amicably resolving land disputes in the county. He named some of the cases resolved to include the Tuobo Nyenibo, Nyentiabo/Webbo and Nyeinbo/Maryland land disputes, among others.