The Former Member of Provincial Assembly Thompson Osi told the Sunday star.
Mr Osi said that it was a slap on the face of constituents to see the MP only to doze off to sleep while his son and associate cronies receive allowances for his mere attendance.
“Attendance is only meaningful if constructive participation on the deliberation in the chamber follows,” he said.
He said the leadership issue in Temotu Pele was an urgent matter which relevant offices of the government must not take lightly.
Former Provincial member Osi said that the Pele constituents understand that the Speaker Sir Allan Kemakeza had waited too long to obtain advice from the AG.
Brain Maga told this paper his dad won’t step down from his seat, but can only be removed by virtue of the Speaker through the AG’s advice.
He said despite his dad who had been in an ailing situation, tangible developments had happened in Pele constituency.
Mr Osi expressed if any event where by election necessitates, people of Temotu Pele Constituency must vote for a home based representative.
“We have at least three former provincial premiers, various former Members of Provincial Assembly and experienced former government workers we can vest our trust on”
“Some of these people are renowned former political leaders and on par with other citizens of the country to be called statesman.”
”Why can’t we as a people of Temotu Pele entrust leadership to one of our own home based experienced and renowned leaders?”
He appealed to all leaders and elders of all regions of Temotu Pele namely Balipa’a, Gauwa Nyilla, Fenualoa and Vaiakau to agree on only one representative in Parliament.
By Elliot Dawea
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