BY ALFRED PAGEPITU
HONIARA Mayor Eddie Siapu is yet to name his executive members despite taking office two weeks ago
Mr Siapu following his election named councillor Robert Oge as his deputy with a promise to finalize his executive members as soon as he settles down, which is yet to happen.
This raised questions over the delay in naming his new council executive members.
Honiara residence Jeffrey Walton questioned such a delay as worrying.
“We understand that the new mayor has been elected and since then people have not heard anything from the mayor over his executive line-up.
“It is the responsibility of the new Mayor to appoint new executive members of the council.
“Therefore, it is now the responsibility of Cr Siapu to appoint the new executive and City Clerk,” said Walton.
He said that Honiara City needs them and a City Clerk to re-enforce the Litter bylaws to keep Honiara a clean city, strengthen the Council’s Law Enforcement team to be tough to enforce the Litter bylaw and create new steps to make Honiara a clean city and one of the steps is to take tough measures.