What a surprise?

Dear Editor 

It is very surprising to find out that a former A.C.E.O. who had been forced to resign because of his abusive and corrupt system used in managing the division he ran has now been recruited to a high profile global organization task force.

The many questions coming up including how this man got away from punishment by government authorities as his corrupt activities had been proven right.

This development has confused many other public servants about how the Justice system is being implemented in Samoa as the ears and eyes are hurt listening and watching the media where people (lawmakers) are preaching justice on their lips but not their hearts and what they do. This is very disgusting.

The other surprising part of this man’s journey after being kicked out from the Ministry is how the organization selected him to fill his current position.

 I wonder weather they carefully reviewed his working background. 

A lot of projects through this organisation are jointly implemented by them and the government through the Ministry and that good relationship might be affected in some ways in the near future with the involvement of this man.  

This man’s other weak point is his attitude towards the opposite sex. A lot of the work force at his former work place witnessed and understood his behavior and approach towards ladies.

I hope this article will remind the managers and people doing the selection of our public servants to do it properly and do it right… 

Let the Man up there help our selection procedures in the near future and allow for justice to be naturally served.

This guy was suspended while the investigation on the same issues was conducted but luckily his former C.E.O protected him well, and now they are both gone. 

It reminds me of Taula’s advertisement which says … “Aua” .. “ E ma’i ai oe ”…..“ Do you know faimeapi’ology and corruptology? ” 



The farmer, Sagaga

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