A Malaita man has said while he acknowledged criticisms from the Parliamentary Opposition and the public on the number of political appointees by the government, change can also happen in such ways.
Speaking to SIBC News today, a Russell Vwaoa says the government has promised change on its first day and now it is going about it.
Mr. Vwaoa adds he has no problems with having up to 50 political appointees to address the country’s problems, rather than having less who do nothing.
“This government of change is different if you look at it because first it intends to rid corruption at the government level that we’ve experienced although there’s much talk about eliminating corruption to benefit the country. But with this government coming into power, I think having 50 political appointees would help to create policies and do something different from the past government with less political appointees doing less. With this new government, we must try to address our issues through these 50 political appointees.”