We must vote for competent LLG presidents.


Local Level Government Presidents play a very significant role in service delivery at the Local Level Government. Being Local Level Government Presidents and Chairmen for the Local Level Government Assembly they have to see to it that people in their Local Level Government are being supported and are getting services needed. As Chairman for the Local Level Government Assembly (LLGA) he/she has to make sure the assembly implements its responsibility which includes amongst others;

1. Overseeing the overall general administration of the Local Level Government area
2. Maintain Local Level Government Profile
3. Set Visions, policies and make laws for administrations and development of the Local Level Government area
4. Develop a rolling Five-year Local Level Government Development Plan and
as the Local Level Government President he or she has the responsibility to make sure the Local Level Government
5. Support Ward Members to develop five year Ward Plans
6. Monitor implementation of projects in Wards
7. Provide reports on the Local Level Government performance
8. Maintain financial records and accountability of all public funds
9. Perform other vital roles in decision making and service delivery

The above points give us reasons why we need to have individuals who have proper education qualification, skills and knowledge and other important traits to perform effectively in this position. Over the years we’ve seen individuals becoming LLG Presidents without fully knowing their main roles and responsibilities and how they would go about implementing activities in their Local Level Government.

Mell Pii,
Diwai sumatin [Post Courier, YuTok, 24th May 2013]

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