LLGSIP stands for Local Level Government Service Improvement Projects.

Just like DSIP, every year each LLG gets its allocation (termed as LLGSIP) from the National Government.

It was K500,000.00 until Peter Oneil and Co decided to trim that down to K100,000.00.

On top of the K100,000.00 LLGSIP, Provincial Government also give LLG Administration grants which falls within the vicinity of K250,000.00 yearly. There might be more funding available and is at the LLG Presidents and their Councillors disposal but I’d settle with this two funding components for now.

Now, the crux of this article dwells squarely on the usage of this LLGSIP funds and LLG Admin grants.

Generally speaking this funds aren’t big enough so to speak. And as such, LLG President and their councilors wouldn’t be of much help if they are to use this to initiate major impact projects in the LLGs.

However, what would matter and will be of interest to the public is, regardless of how big or how small these funds may be, are these funds been used transparently with accountability a guiding indicator.

Being from Woitape LLG, I’d like to ask Woitape LLG President Honorable Joe Geru to highlight some of the useful projects he has sanctioned or funded during his time.

Maybe as counter funding to what Open MP has done thus far or as a seed capital to some geniune community based project.

While I am been hard on my Woitape LLG President, I’d expect the same to be asked of Tapini LLG President, Honorable Keleto Kope and also Guari LLG President Honorable Patrick Bauai.

what have you done with your LLGSIP funds and the LLG Admin grants to date?

Speak Now and enlighten the masses because we don’t want to vote back into power same old lost headless confused individuals who knows nothing except “spending formula”.


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