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Nimba Lawmaker Recognized

A group calling itself “Citizens Action Committee (CAC) over the weekend, recognized Nimba County Electoral District 7 Representative, Roger Domah for what the group termed as Best Legislator for year 2021-2022.
The group highlighted the lawmaker’s role in the legislative theater, and the effective use of his oversight role as well in his District, Nimba County.
But responding to his accolade (recognition) at his Capitol Building Office, Representative Domah said there are times they work and think they are not doing anything until they are recognized by others like in the case of CAC.
Dedicating the honor to the people of his district, Rep. Domah recounted that it is through the blessings of the people that he is at the Capitol Building representing them.
“The work we do is lawmaking, oversight, but the advocacy aspect is very strong and it is representation. When you lift the issues, it gives us the voice to speak out in the national theater. We will continue to advocate for our people,” he asserted.
According to him, the citizens of his district knew that he was very suited to speak on their behalf at the Legislature and overall; the national level of the country; “This honor will be presented to the people of Electoral District Seven because it is through their confidence that we find ourselves in the National legislature. Of the 16 candidates, they felt that Roger Domah can make the right decisions on their behalf. I will honor our people with this award symbolically placing this gown on the people of my district,” he averred.
Following his certification, Representative Domah said he is now challenged to continue serving his people.
“We also want to make further commitment because in Liberia when people are honored, some people get big heads. In this 2022, we will consolidate our efforts to talk with our colleagues and partners in order to provide more services to our people and ensure the better of us for the confidence they reposed in us,” the lawmaker added.

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