Will the Naqali People still accept the NCBBF and the interim regimes charter now that their brand new bridge has been swept away in the floods.
We have no way of knowing if the workmanship was up to standard, it seems it wasn’t and will have to be rebuilt again. That was a waste of resources and was probably fast tracked to gain the trust of the Naqali People.
The sugar industry is finished, but I’m sure SUKA daddy Voreqe Bainimarama will sort it all out after all he is also the minister responsible for Finance and National Planning among other portfolios Public Service, Peoples’ Charter for Change, Information, Provincial Development, Indigenous and Multi-Ethnic Affairs..
BUSY BUSY BUSY
Let’s hope the interim regime has enough funds in the coffers to finance the clean up from the disaster because it’s going to cost a pretty penny – or two.
But will it put a stop to the mileage they seem to be competing for, their frequent flyer points, I doubt it. Nor will it stop the ridiculous bonuses they are paying themselves, there’s no recession as far as the ig is concerned.
It’s time to do a real days work and get some good to honest dirt on those shiny boots. Yes real mans work for a change instead of sitting around getting larger and lazier.