Re: P.M. wants top cop to rest well
Why hasn’t P.C. Fuaivailiili Egon resumed work yet when it has been over a week now since the court case that found him not guilty and all fabricated charges against him were dismissed?
He was supposed to have one week rest. I’m pretty sure he’s had enough rest whilst he was on suspension and should’ve been back to work by now.
Why is P.M. Tuilaepa and his govt dragging this out longer? Are they afraid of him?
And why is he still on suspension when the court found him not guilty and the suspension should’ve been lifted immediately then in order for him to return?
What are they trying to cover up before P.C. Egon returns to his post?
Or are they looking for more charges to lay on him?
Or are they looking for a reason to remove him altogether?
Obviously PM Tuilaepa and H.R.P.P. are up to no good for them to not re-instate PC Egon immediately!
P.C. Egon is the people’s Police Commissioner and the people want him back. The people feel secure under his leadership.
P.M. Tuilaepa and Cabinet, it’s time you lot start listening to the people, put the public interest first before yourselves for once and stop wasting tax payers’ time and money and re-instate P.C. Egon immediately.