GVL Resumes Engagements with Butaw Communities as Ebola subsides
SINOE COUNTY, LIBERIA- Golden Veroleum Liberia has begun holding several discussions with communities in Butaw District to explore possibilities for the advancement of the company operations in the district.
This year first consultative engagement meeting arranged on January 16, 2015 by Golden Veroleum Liberia, appears to renew talks between the Butaw A-bloteh on restoring the integrity of the Butaw Shrine, with the company’s plans to rehabilitate and fence the area, the Butaw land survey, with company full preparedness to facilitate the process as well huge efforts to establish the Butaw Community Development Fund Committee.
Presenting the company’s positions, Community Affairs and Social Sustainability Manager, McDonald Wlemus reaffirms GVL preparedness to work with the local Butaw community, adding that GVL is committed to employ and improve the livelihoods of more Liberians.
“GVL has the capacity and is prepared to provide more jobs for Liberians and to develop our concession areas,” McDonald said.
A-bloteh Chairman Benedict Menewah in response welcomes the plans of Golden Veroleum and assures the company the readiness of A-bloteh to move forward. Mr. Menewah added that they are looking forward for the Butaw District map to start identifying additional land development areas.