Sunday, 28 September 2008 11:40 AM

Response to Nautaloa

Mr Nautaloa with due respect to your personal view, are you suggesting that businessmen, experience men, religious men and gardener don't have brains? How do you define/characterise people who have brains? Is it those with understanding, knowledge and wisdom? These people may have their own understanding, knowledge and wisdom in their own right and that is undisputable. Perhaps qualification alone may don't have all of these and even the characteristics of being transparent and accountable as you've mentioned. Finally, the least we may think that these people are the backbone of our country.

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