Open Letter to EES Government and All,

"If this government wants to listen and engage in development discourse with the Diaspora community, it should demonstrate it by establishing a process to engage this "development discourse",

From Dr. Hakim Moi

 
The formation of the EES government just announced made impression of a young government, led by young and youthful faces in many ministries of the state. And with youthful energy, one would hope this government will be a willing listener and learner. It has the opportunity within its grasp to listen, act and innovate. As the appointed government of the state, it should be accorded the benefit of the doubt to initiate a development policy, strategy and implementation plans.

If the nascent EES government is willing and keen to engage in a well defined development policy for improved delivery of services to the citizens and people of EES, is willing and keen to learn and draw on the knowledge, capabilities and experience of the sons and daughters of EES at home and in Diaspora in the business of EES government, the citizens, sons and daughters of EES wherever they are or may be, should not hesitate to offer and extend their hand to assist this young government to serve first and foremost the interest of EES, its welfare and development objectives.

If this government wants to listen and engage in development discourse with the Diaspora community, it should demonstrate it by establishing a process to engage this "development discourse", with the view to transform such discourse into development programmes and roadmaps with specific tactical and strategic goals for the state, its government and service delivery to the citizens and people of EES.

I make this comment from a position that I know most of the ministers appointed to lead and serve in this government, and have had opportunity on more than one occasion to share and discuss in the past shared aspirations for the development of EES, its government and its people and citizens. Their faces are not therefore unfamiliar, and I hope too that their policies and shared aspirations for EES as we have discussed on many occasions in the past are not dissimilar to mine.

I look forward to a dialogue and effective engagement to serve, first and foremost, the interest of the people of EES in all their counties and diversities.

Kind regards
Hakim Dario N'Moi
 

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