MP Phillip, come out and start delivering

Letters, Normal

The National, Thursday February 6th, 2014

 THE people of Menyamya last saw MP Benjamin Phillip during the 2012 general election. 

Since his declaration, we have hardly seen him around here  or read anything about him in the media, let  alone  see him delivering  basic services to the people. 

All other districts and provinces have declared this year as the year of implementation and are moving  forward  except for Menyamya, which seems to be moving backwards under  Phillip’s  leadership. 

This is his second term and  basic  services  have not reached the people. 

The services that have been put in place by other MPs have all deteriorated. 

We  want  the MP to come out and prioritise basic services like health, infrastructure and most importantly, education. 

The academic year is here and MPs in other districts and provinces are making commitments to assist their students. 

If they can do that, why can’t you? 

It is shameful to see Philip turning a blind eye on students because they do not make any political difference to him. 

As a student, I have financial constraints to get myself registered in one of the  universities  and am still waiting for my MP to come  out  and  explain  to the  public  why education is not one of  his  priorities.


Goriqu Qhua