Say something positive, more productive

Dear Editor,

The Prime Minister needs to stop his sarcastic and arrogant comments towards people as he is putting the whole country in jeopardy in the eyes of the foreigners and potential investors and donors. 

You will need to ask yourself some serious questions first before you degrade and criticise people that have been, and are willing to make a difference in the development of rugby and other business initiatives in the country. 

You might think that your comments are funny, but people have now realised how pathetic and arrogant of the man you are.

Why don’t you think about some ways to improve economic stability of the country on its own, rather than relying on loans from other foreign countries? Samoa should be standing on its own two feet by now if all these grants were utilised appropriately in the past.

These are the things that the P.M. should be wasting his air and energy on, rather than making these unprofessional remarks.

Zane Hilton must have sensed something wrong in the S.R.U. 

Who knows?



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