“The offer of $1,000 per month to service a loan of $863,710 is utterly unreasonable and a continuing gesture of disrespect by the judgment debtors and the village of the rulings of the Supreme Court and of the Court of Appeal and towards the judgment creditors” – Justice Lesatele Rapi Vaai
We know we’ve said this before but we will say it again folks. This country’s economy needs a strong foundation to back its desire to be truly independent.
They say out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.
How worrying is it then to hear Prime Minister Tuilaepa suggesting that one of these day the wives of this country could be used as security for loans from those lending institutions.
Poor Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi! He is a man caught in the middle of so much controversy that no one envies his position right now.
Now that we’ve all had the chance to soak in a bit of fun, perhaps now is the time to go back to the issues that confronted us before the euphoria of the independence and all the other grand celebrations that followed.