Dear Editor – He may be eligible but I am maintaining my worries about his suitability.
From a similar posture from the Prime Minister’s Office previously, I am alleging that this person was a poor representation of that Office on the Task Force charged with formulating the Integrity and stability Act.
As a result feedback from the Prime Minister, at times urgently and critically needed, wasn’t easily available to the Task Force.
The new SSPM at that time appeared to me to be someone who was constantly pursuing political capital and did not seem to be answerable to anyone.
This leads me to another reason for my discomfort having this person around the PM as his SSPM.
Whilst we were on that Task Force, he toured I believe, the Weathercoast and some of the expenditures he incurred on certain items seemed unreasonably high.
The items specifically related to functions.
It would be interesting to find out what the Accounts of the UN Special Facility Funds for Good Governance for 2012/2013 would say on this.
This was before the 2014 general election was held for which the new SSPM was a candidate for Parliament.
It was this facility which funded the Task Force not SIG.
Finally, I would like to remind the new SSPM in case he doesn’t know that usually wisdom comes with age.
And we will all age if we’re fortunate.