-RIA Cargo Manager Observes
The cargo manager at the Roberts International Airport (RIA), James S. Lomol, has cited the lack of opportunities for citizens of Margibi County specifically district two as crucial to the development of the area.
Making observation over the weekend in Unification City (formerly Unification Town), Lomol named scholarships, bad road networks, healthcare, safe drinking water amongst other things as major challenges facing citizens of the district, something he observed that it is the result of poor representation by their lawmakers.
“The role of a representative is to make laws and oversight and to also provide adequate representation which we have read about in newspapers around here and we have seen that their performances are not quite impressive”, he lamented.
He stressed the need for the citizens to go back to their root and they should not elect strangers to represent them in parliament. “Have some of your kind to represent you and present you on the national scene.”
“We should not elect people that will be intimidated by other lawmakers, but rather we should elect people that have the attitude required to fight the floor and make good decisions that will impact the lives of the people,” Lomol emphasized.
"Citizens are disenchanted because they elected people who are not giving back to them and that is because voters did not carry on proper evaluation in the process to elect their candidates,” he added,” he stated.
Lomol iterated that the district is in a state of confusion and misunderstanding as such it could result to hate and the ability. “As a result of this citizens must open their eyes and be farsighted, knowing that the growth and transformation of the district lies in their power,” he concluded.
By: R. Joyclyn Wea