National Rivercess Community Claims Port Authority Manager Has Illegally Farmed Customary Land

Some Citizens of Gbarsaw Clan in Central River Cess District are raising concerns about the clearing of more than 600 acres of land that they say is the community’s customary land. The person responsible for the clearing has been a mystery until now. And because none of the required community consultations have happened anger is rising.
Echo Radio reporter Eric Opa Doue has been able to confirm the clearing is being done by National Port Authority Managing Director Bill Twehway.

This story was a collaboration with New Narratives as part of the Climate Change and Land Rights Reporting Project. Funding was provided by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office and the American Jewish World Service