Re: May the late Jeanine
Tuivaiki, rest in peace
It’s ok Mr. Editor-in-Chief, you did not do anything that led to the death of anyone.
But it’s a different story with the corruption in government eg, O.P.C Report 2010.
Those people’s money being lost through government corruption and using hundreds of thousands of dollars of people’s money to pay for government employees legal bills have caused a lot of hardship and anguish to the country. Suicide is an epidemic but it was totally ignored by the government, but here we have just two cases of government inadequacies and Corruption funneling more than $2,000,000.00 out of the people’s coffers.
Two million tala could have stopped the unnecessary deaths of a lot of our citizens and young people if it was used properly to create responsible initiatives but it was diverted for personal gains by a few Dishonest people.
Only one name sticks out like a sore thumb in both of these cases!
He allowed hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay for a former Prime Minister’s legal fees and he’s sitting on O.P.C Report 2010 as well.
So who exactly is hurting Samoa right now?
Fa’afetai mo lau tautua mo Samoa lau Afioga Gatoa’itele Savea Sano Malifa and Samoa Observer. Can the offices of A.G, N.P.O and Ombudsman do some real work and save Samoa from these Injustices?
Le Mafa P