Dear Editor – I wish to respond to the letter written by Peter Dikota (Solstar issue: 5601).
While I appreciate the fact you respond defensively, what I want on the article was just a clear explanation on how the MP spend the money that was supposed for Kalenga School but they never received which was published by Alfred Sasako dated 15/08/14 (Solstar issue no. 5591).
The article itself clearly shows that there were payments being made for school materials but was not received.
This captured my attention that there must be something wrong with the system. I don’t need your hefty excuses but what I want is pure explanation on the reason pertaining to my article.
I think you are barking too hard and even pointing figures while you don’t understand either. While you are asking for respect, I do so have all respect for him but these mounting issues of delivering the services to the people really caught my attention.
What I can see from the current MP is providing short term developments and what about the future?
The boat and engine, copper roofing materials, chainsaws and solar systems you mention every week does not true and a total propaganda.
What I know is fail housing project and all projects allocated only to voters. It is now 8 solid years over and you still paying copper?
What a joke! If we could do an assessment we can see that almost 90% of the copper and roofing iron lying under the leaf huts, lucky that they don’t easily rot.
You talk about the boat and engine? Is that all? What about the implications like the overhead costs these things will do to the people.
You talk about school fee, how? Does the MP pay the outstanding fees for 78 students from SINU that he promised them early this year?
They become victimised now. Is that a sign of a responsible MP that is living up to his promises?
Do you deserve a respect for all these woes and the list goes on and on? See Mr Peter think constructively and see beyond, don’t be narrow minded.
You also mentioned about the Tatamba wharf, this is a national project and not a development belongs to the MP.
This project comes under the SINIP which is implemented by MID and the project itself was funded by NZ aid.
So what are you talking about here? Know what you are talking about and get your facts right don’t be like fools.
To refresh your memory I have never ask any money or support from the MP, nor any intending candidate as you have claimed.
What I want is for true justice and fair service delivery across the board that will contribute to the long term development of our people in the constituency.
The upcoming election does not matter but we must realise how we grow economically, socially and spiritually in terms of development since eight years ago given that millions of dollars support from the government through our MP’s in RCDF.