Dear Editor – I am writing in respond to an article in your paper issue 5991 05/2015 by Takika Tuata, threatening the premier of Renbel.
Let me remind you Tuata that the premier and his executive were carrying out their duties in accordance to what is expected out from them as the mandated government of Renbel.
They responded to the cries of genuine landowners doing fool play by you and your foreign cohorts, and I would like to congratulate the executive for standing up to non-genuine investors.
Whatever to do with the Renbel provincial government has to come from the admin but for you to publicly threaten the Renbel premier Collin S. Tesuatai to leave Rennell or face consequences is now too personal.
Takika Tuata, you must not forget that our upbringing and discipline were different and the respect to each other is of paramount importance.
I for one do have a lot of respect for you elder brothers but what you’ve stated in the public media is something that cannot go unchallenged.
We are watching and listening for what you’ve mentioned in your article, but for you to continue with that trend and pursue your emotions what you have to think it over.
It is too easy for me to man handle you in town or at your very own home.
The current executive are working very hard to cleanup mess left by past governments and a defunct province with a hefty bill to settle in order for the executive to clear out the mess they will need money for their work and movement whilst service provided will continue unhampered.
What more do you want because the national and provincial governments have the final say on which foreign investor is to invest in the province.
Should you disregard their rules of engagement then you are expect to be booted out.
I hope Takika Tuata and his cohorts are clear with the issue and remind him to mind his language.