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kenedy Epie

All i could say is that South West Chiefs are not different from the CPDM dominated parliament. They have all sold their consciences to the detriment of us their children and other generations to come. It is time they keep political-fooling-around aside and talk hard on development issues of the province. South West need just roads: taring of principal roads and maintenance of farm to market roads.
South West Chiefs must wake up and be bold to call a spade a spade.
Kenedy Epie
Helsinki, Finland

MOTABENAMA

WELL I DO HONESTLY BELEIEVE THAT THE SOUTH WEST CHIEFS HAVE NO ROLE TO PLAY IN THE EDEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUTH WEST PROVINCE. ITS A SHAME FOR YOU GUYS TO EVEN DARE TO MENTION ANY FORM OF EFFORTS THAT YOU ARE MAKING TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUTH WEST PROVINCE. I CAN ASSURE YOU THE CHIEFS THAT ALL YOU PEOPLE CARE ABOUT IS THE STIPEND THAT THE GOVERNMENT GIVES YOU PEOPLE SO THAT YOU CAN BE A BRIDGE IN THE ELECTIONS RIGGING PROCESS. YOU HAVE SOLD US YOU CHIEFS, YOU HAVE FAILED AND FAIALED WOEFULLY. SO I WILL PARDON YOU NOT TO EVEN DARE TO TALK ABOUT SOUTH WEST IN TERMS OF DEVELOPMENT BECAUSE AS IT STANDS THIS IS THE MOST UNDERDEVELOPED PROVINCE IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY. WHAT WE GET IN TERMS OF THE NATIONAL CAKE IS TOO SMALL VIS-A-VIS OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT OF THAT COUNTRY. ITS A SHAME THAT IN THE 21ST CENTURY CHIEFS CAN STILL COME UP AND TRY TO DECIEVE PEOPLE. APART FROM NGOLLE NGOLLE WE HAVE NOT HAD A FULL FLEDGED MINISTER IN AGES YET WE THE CHIEFS KEEP ON WORKING WITH THE CPDM TO SELL THE CHILDREN OF SOUTH WEST PROVINCE JUST BECAUSE OF 100000FRS CFA THAT YOU GUYS ARE BEING GIVEN. WHAT A SHAME?

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