The financial difficulty experienced by the government is also hitting the National Parliament with one of its suppliers refusing to provide toilet paper to the leader’s meeting venue due to unpaid bills.
This magazine was informed that the supplier had stopped delivering toilet paper to Parliament due to outstanding bills.
“As of today there were no toilet papers so we had to call the supplier and pled to him to deliver the toilet paper and assured him that payments would be made,” an employee of the National Parliament told this magazine.
The officer said the supplier had refused to supply toilet paper because of unpaid bills.
“It’s embarrassing but this is true,” the officer said.
The financial difficulty experienced by the government is deepening with yesterday SINU students took their frustration to the Ministry of Education and Human Resources office to demand the payment of their outstanding allowances.
MP for West Makira Derrick Manu’ari also yesterday called for the dissolving of the current house due to the financial difficulty experienced by the government to allow for a new start.