Politics is only a gravy train
IN response to “Phoofolo, ex-chauffeur in bitter poll dispute” (Lesotho Times, December 25) it comes as no surprise to see power struggles within our political landscape.
While politics should ultimately serve the development of this country, it has now been turned into a career.
I will also follow Law and Constitutional Affairs minister Haae Phoofolo’s former driver, David Seutloali in venturing into politics because: 1) Politicians are never sincere about their promises after being elected. 2) You have seen clearly how the dice is played in the field. I strongly believe you have a quest to sow the seed of developments once you step in the parliament.
Parliament in this country seems to be a wall built to obstruct the people from seeing where corruption and power greed are developed and nurtured.
It seems everybody’s wish now is to be elected to the parliament and get the rich pickings of Basotho taxpayers’ money. A clear example of this scenario is that of Ad-