The National, Thursday November 7th, 2013
I WOULD like to commend the Opposition for doing a great job despite their weakness.
However, I would also like to caution the Opposition leader for being over-reacting on issues.
There are rules and procedures to deal with complaints and therefore, he should allow the process to take its course.
It is not right to come out in public and say that he would take matters into his own hands if situations do not turn out as he wants.
If he forgot, this attitude threw the country into a constitutional crisis and cost him the prime ministership.
If he wants to change the government, he has to wait another 14 months.
In the meantime, he can put pressure on the government and relevant authorities by using the media and citizens to come out as one voice and speak about the truth.
Belden Namah must be patient.
DeLion, Via email