The Resident Minister, South, Moijueh Kaikai, has told Awoko in an interview that his ambition is to serve his people, the people of Sierra Leone.
He belongs to the People’s Movement for Democratic Change which makes him harbour the view that it is not the party that makes the difference, rather,“the approach.”
As for his new assignment, he is taking over a city that is almost in total darkness with black-outs being the culture, poor road network with some sections not being accessible by vehicles; a colonial built hospital that lacks a specialist, deficient and with overcrowded wards, schools that are as old as the town itself.
Facing this harsh reality, most of the people in the city depend on having to all the time depend on buying bottled water. Waste management also stands out. So also is the ever increasing issue of youth un-employment.
The city itself could be termed as a swamp city and it’s these swamps that supply 10% of the food needs of the people, but these swamps are being overtaken by houses.
Moijueh Kaikai believes that with his firm belief in non-violence, he would be in place to tackle the situation face-on. Taking office on the 7th of January this year as the Resident Minister, South, Moijueh Kaikai met the project for the rehabilitation of five new roads all in the heart of the city.
This, he told Awoko, was just the first phase of the project.