Former NOCAL Boss Calls For Good Stewardship In Liberia…Says Its Minimizes Corruption

By: Antoinette Sendolo (Intern Reporter)

The former president and Chief Executive Officer of the National Oil Company in Liberia (NOCAL) Mr. Christopher Neyor is calling on Liberians to practice good stewardship, something which he said will help curtail corruption in the Country.

According to him, Liberians can resolve to put away corruption when they realize that good stewardship of the collective resources begins development to the country.

He said the vibrant outcome of effective stewardship is preparation of the next generations for the betterment of a Country as young people are the leaders for tomorrow therefore, those in leadership should set an example for the younger once to follow.

Mr. Christopher Neyor is however calling on the President, Legislators, Ministers Judges amongst others to be role model and put aside all their political and self-interest and seeks the interest of the Country.

He made the call when he gave the keynote address at the 73rd annual Thanksgiving and closing Exercises of the J.F. yancy Elementary & Jr. High School Camphor United Methodist Mission in Grand Bassa County.

In an exclusive interview with a team of Journalists, Mr Neyor highlighted that there is a need for government and other partners to invest in Liberia’s educational system and also prioritize girl’s education.

He described girl’s education as paramount to the development of post war Liberia.

Mr. Neyor however vowed to sponsor five female students at the J.F. Yancy Elementary & Jr. High School for academic year 2013/2014 as part of his effort in promoting girl’s education in Liberia.

Meanwhile, Mr. Christopher Neyor is calling on all Liberian students especially females to take their lessons seriously in order to secure the future of the Country.

Mr. Christopher Neyor is now the senior consultant and CEO of the Morweh Energy Group, Inc. in Monrovia.