Dear Editor – I would be very glad if you could publish this article in your paper with regards to the above topic;
The recent announcement by Premier Habu appeared in the island Sun Issue No 2234, is immature, too early and unreal. Furthermore it has raised a question of why he continues to delay the sitting of the full assembly which now long overdue.
As a de facto of Habu’s leadership and camp I failed to understand why he claimed that his executive is still intact and strong when members of his executives are resigning whilst others sitting on the fence await the time to come. I see no reasons to hold on under his captaincy.
Hon Habu had failed miserably to fulfill his promises of developments and improving services delivery to the people and the province.
I believe he has been there for so long and overstayed his worthiness. There a lot of issues he had not addressed for the past years and I am stunned to read that he is still searching for possible development priorities in Isabel Province.
By now he should be addressing development priorities and not discussing possibilities especially when he has been reigning for the past 4 terms.
Isabel Province is indeed not improving as we see no improvements, our budget instead of increasing we are decreasing yearly, contradicting the costs and inflations we have in the country, basic developments and services continued to be hampered by the decrease of the budget last year and we will expect another drop again.
Stop fooling us and blinding us with your sweet words, we see, feel and experience the standards of development and services deliveries in our beloved Isabel Province.
It’s a matter of days and weeks before the financial year end, yet a draft is yet to be submitted to Public Accounts Committee(PAC) for scrutiny and Provincial Executive, Hon Habu where is your timeframe in budget preparation, Is this not serious?
Otherwise we wait to see our fate at the bottom place in the next PCDF assessment, to make it worse we will lose the most need funding for developments.
While stating the right to move the motion, it is not the question of right however it is about development and improvement of services deliveries to our people or are we going to continue to stand while other provinces passes by?
His obligation to the people of Isabel Province has been poorly and inadequately delivered by the current executive of Isabel Province.
The mandatory obligation talked about is not fulfilled, government services to the people of Isabel is totally in efficient and poor.
A call for change is needed at this point of time to lead our province; we need proactive leaders who can lead us to another step.
Hon. Allen K Tavake
Isabel Provincial Government.