THE dictionary has been updated with a new word: vaccinephobia. It describes those who are afraid of getting the Covid-19 jab because of some misconceived and ill-founded belief in the supernatural. (Not to be confused with tryanophobia – the fear of needles and injection.)
ABOUT 60,000 young citizens of this beautiful resourceful country leave the school system each year. They all cannot secure jobs, nor pursue further studies in tertiary institutions. Guess where they all end up.
THE end-of-year parties are fast approaching. Warning: Drink responsibly. Or better still, don’t drink. This is what will happen to those who overindulge.
THERE is no way of telling whether the DSIP and K2 million allocated for the Covid-19 response had been used for that purpose – or awaiting the 2022 re-election campaign.
Food for thought
TRUST is earned, respect is given, and loyalty is demonstrated. Betrayal of one is to lose all three.
“NO employer will bring this no-jab-no-job policy to the Yangoru-Saussia district. You will not be allowed. People must be respected for their rights to employment and their constitutional rights.” – MP Richard Maru.