She is absolutely correct.
Who would like to hang their dirty linen in public?
But then again, with her not-so-popular ministry copping an immense amount of flak within the past few years, I believe frustrated and affected victims would naturally vent out their experiences on social media and other platforms to create a large pool of public awareness in regards to the type of services rendered.
I believe most of the times, complaints lodged directly to concerned parties fall on unresponsive ears and people then have no preference but to resort to social media to air their grievances.
Isn't it amazing to see how promptly a pending problem is addressed once it appears in mediums such as The Fiji Times letters column or other social media sites?
I assume there's a valid motive as to why people choose these forums Madam Rosy.
With a click of a button, I believe social media works wonders indeed.Home | Top