Blame it on the rain? Yeah Yeah

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Dear Editor

Re: Use of Police vehicle questioned

This Police Toyota Truck was received as part of Australia’s Aid and paid for by the Australian taxpayers.

Now the police have abused this vehicle for personal use the day it arrived. This is exactly why Police Commissioner Egon introduced new policies and procedures for police vehicles to be stationed and locked up in the police compound at 5:00 pm; all the lights in the police station to be switched off at night when not in use; no police are to Facebook during work hours/on the job and abuse other police resources.

These are some of the factors that contributed to the police going against P.C. Egon yet the policies and procedures he introduced were to save taxpayers’ money from being abused.

At the time, former Police Minister Sala Fata Pinati, P.M. Tuilaepa and the corrupt police saw these money saving policies as a crime and ganged up against him which led to his suspension.

The question I would like to ask, now that P.M. Tuilaepa is the new Police Minister, what is he going to do about this? Again, this photo was taken by the public and sent to Samoa Observer - it’s not from the media just in case corrupt PM Tuilaepa blames the media again.

Sa’o ai loa le pese foi lea ga ave i le pothole, Blame it on the rain. lol lol lol Mea lea e maua e le akuguu ua ka’ika’i ai kagaka corrupt, aivalea koe le akoakoa le mafaufau

Mebahel Raguel

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