edited November 2015
is the newly appointed Lt. Governor of Pohnpei State.
I think he'll be able to hold the "fort" until the government officials are elected--Governor, Lt. Governor and Senators. While Joe is not a politician, his handling of the turmoil that snared his office, OFA, as Administrator has shown that he has his head on; and can make good decisions. In the last couple of months, he got fired by the former Governor; then reinstated as OFA administrator with Legislature's advice and consent; he had to deal with the highly charged issue involving Luen Thai's lease; the other Korean firm that the former OFA Administrator selected but disapproved by the FSM Court, etc., etc. I think he's ready to take up the challenge. Let's provide him all the support that we can give him--so that Pohnpei government does not collapse into chaos. Just some thoughts.
Thank you Marc. Let us all help him in these three months.
I congratulate him for the post and the new challenge. A very good opportunity. He would experience the void in this position and I hope this experience does not discourage him but encouraged him. Being a journalist as he is, he must bring out the substance behind the Lt. Governors job. By the way, how did he do running the OFA?
He did fine Oalong. Hope he is given the opportunity by whoever wins the governor and lt. governor final showdown to pick up where he left off.
edited February 2018
you must be a democrat, but of course i can't prove that.:-)