Making the disclosure in an interview over the weekend, Roosevelt Woods said his organization has observed that local authorities are using power to infringe on the rights of other citizens due to the remote locations of those communities they reside. The FIND boss alleged that the abuse of power is most often common amongst security officers and court officials. According to the FIND boss, as part of effort to enlighten the minds of those citizens, the organization has since begun capacity building for citizens in those communities to know their rights. He named the issues of equitable distribution of state resources, good governance, and under-development as some of the critical issues affecting the rural communities. “The civil conflict in the country was a result of some dissatisfaction because some people felt that they have no access to the country’s resources,” he said. He further mentioned that his organization wants equitable distribution of the country’s resources and certain people shouldn’t sit on those resources and deny the greater population. “We are also involved in capacity building for local people. We are building the capacity of their people to advocate for them and in that light, they would get fruitful result than getting them from us,” he said. Woods however indicated that people often think that human rights groups are inactive, something he said must be erased.