Dear Editor – In the general understanding, most of our people don’t grip the meaning of corruption and the by-product of corruption.
The ratio of corruption is very minimal comparing with the rich countries except the Scandinavian countries.
Corruption weakens the legislature and regulation structures of any country.
In Asia there is no word for corruption, but you do me good, I do you good.
That is why our politician public service and other organisations fall in as victims.
The disease has engulfed in every sector, from the family set up, churches where they preach the gospel of prosperity rather than caring for the sick, old age and under privileged.
The message of the inspired revelation is to work for the good of all.
Today in our beloved Solomon Islands, the 1% group holds our country at ransomed and the rest struggle to make ends meet with the climate change producing unforetold production.
Scarcity in food and the risk of losing life to the sea rise. Distracted weather patterns are here with us.
The DOC Government promised the nation to fight corruption head on yet it is still remaining to be true.
If the government is serious we should see more people sent to the Rove house of the rising sun.
The right thing to do is anyone, officers; companies who are suspected give the boot.
There are courts for them to file their rights, unless the courts too are corrupted.
In the long run it will pave the way for our now generations, otherwise they will born corrupted from corrupted dads and mums.
2018 is around the corner, more propaganda is coming so that they can secure their 1% grouping.
If the people from the blue mountains can sell their products then I will be more happy to see development has reached the most isolated corners of this country.
If not sorry we are strangers to own country.
God bless Solomon Islands with Justice and peace!