Members of the 54th Legislature have unanimously elected Maryland County Representative Dr. Bhofol Chambers as speaker of the House of Representatives.
Dr. Chambers replaces Margibi County Representative Emmanuel Nuaquay who lost his seat as lawmaker after contesting as vice standard bearer to Vice President Joseph Boakai who lost the election to President elect George Weah.
Election for speaker of the House of Representatives is done every six year.
Speaking minutes after he was elected, House speaker Dr. Bhofol Chambers promised to transform the lower house for the better.
Speaker Chambers ensure members of the 54th legislature that he will not disappointthem as head of that august body.
Bong county lawmaker Prince Moye was also elected deputy speaker replacing Hans Barchuee who re-contested but was flagged by Rep. Moye.
Dr. Chambers who won the position on white ballot also called on his colleagues to behave like honorable like they are to get the respect of the public.