OUR politicians are forever blaming public servants for the problems in the country.
They have accused them of not implementing Government policies.
Is this acceptable for our leaders to make such comments?
By blaming public servants, MPs find temporarily relief from the very problems they are supposed to address.
Like any organisations, whether a private company or a Government agency, the overall boss has the ultimate powers to make decisions for the good of that organisation to effect growth and progress.
As such, if you are a Member of Parliament, you have been given the mandate by the people to make decisions and change the way things are.
If you cannot do that, why blame other people for your failure?