Tuesday, February 07, 2017

80% Delay Should Warrant Khaiyum Resignation yet he Desperately Clings on to Power!

Sai Comments:

- Anywhere else you probably will have the Minister handing his resignation for the unwarranted delay in getting vital education facilities such as schools repaired and back in use! But not in Bainimarama and Khaiyum's FijiFirst governed Fiji where clinging on to power is the what keeps them going! 
- Both men realise that losing power destines them to imprisonment and deserved so for imposing their imposed rule on Fiji and its people.
- Bothe men enjoy exorbitant yet undeserving salaries. Bainimarama enjoys a global jetsetting life travelling the meeting circuits and collecting $3000 daily allowance while school pupils still have classes in tents! Khaiyum meanwhile, pontificates and lies his way around trumped up reasons for the delay in repairing schools. From suppliers to lack of documentation and now lack of trades people he never tires of making up excuses that people are simply sick of! Yet he persists in a way only a desperate wannabe statesman can.
- Let us hope the people of Fiji now recognise the FijiFirst govrnment and its incompetent ministers for who and what they are - desperate power hungry politicians who have no heart and are quite at home seeing the people of Fiji suffer than offer their political heads in recognition of their utter failure to respond ethically and adequately to the needs of citizens!
Tuesday 07/02/2017

Incompetent Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum
Attorney General and Minister for Economy, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says that 80% of schools will still be under construction this month.

Sayed-Khaiyum says more than 490 schools were affected in Tropical Cyclone Winston and a total of 166 schools comprising of more than 1,500 buildings have been identified for rehabilitation.

He says that out of 1,550 buildings, 844 buildings required structural upgrading while the remaining 340 buildings required new construction.

Sayed-Khaiyum stresses that excluding Ratu Kadavulevu School and Queen Victoria School, 164 schools did not have any structural and architectural drawings before however it is ensured that the documentation will be provided now.

He says that a total of 36 contractors were approached for the contract.

The Minister also highlights that there is a shortage of tradesman in Fiji and this is one of the factors that may cause the delay.

He says a number of contractors have made the applications to bring tradesmen from Indonesia, Philippines and Bangladesh.

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