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Letter From The President: Housing helps thinking

Mon, 27 Feb 2006 Source: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents it appears to me that our country has become very boring over the past three weeks or so. The radio talkshows are not exciting and ?fresh? anymore. People have been talking about the same issue for the past month: ROPAB. Well, I have had enough of that. We?ve passed it anyway and I will deal with that next week. For now, I think we need to move on and address other pressing national issues. That?s exactly what I am going to do in this letter.

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents it appears to me that our country has become very boring over the past three weeks or so. The radio talkshows are not exciting and ?fresh? anymore. People have been talking about the same issue for the past month: ROPAB. Well, I have had enough of that. We?ve passed it anyway and I will deal with that next week. For now, I think we need to move on and address other pressing national issues. That?s exactly what I am going to do in this letter.
I heard MPs talking about housing a few days ago and it got me thinking seriously about the housing situation in Sikaman. I have conducted a very unscientific survey and the results are startling. Even though my survey was unscientific, I don?t think that any book-long, scientific researcher will question my findings.

Columnist: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch