Sade confident ahead of tomorrow’s motion

Premier Francis Sade all smiles with his Executive Members in his Office after yesterday's Assembly Meeting
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Guadalcanal Provincial Premer Francis Sade is confident ahead of tomorrow’s motion of no confidence.

Sade is reportedly in a celebrative mood, saying yesterday that his executive enjoys the majority of a 13-man team in the 21-ward province.

During the debate of the province’s appropriation bill 2021-2022 yesterday, Premier Sade voiced to the chamber that he does not feel any threat from tomorrow’s motion.

“I have confidence with all my executive ministers and hope to defeat this motion against me tomorrow.

“All my supporting MPAs have come out clear in numbers and they are all loyal to the government side and have no reason to doubt anyone and we look forward to defeat this motion.

“The 12 members, including himself are the biggest number they lead, compared with non-executives with only eight MPAs.

“This because I am ready to defend my position in the best interest of the men, women, and children of Guadalcanal Province under my Government of Inclusive Change and Sustainable Development,” he said.

The motion will be moved by the MPA for Wanderer Bay, Cecil Manakako, and would be the first item for tomorrow’s session.