THE EDITOR, Sir:
The column by Matondo Mukulu (Sunday Gleaner, 'DPP not doing justice to job', March 17, 2013) was fantastic and timely. The truth is, we must go beyond the discourse in addressing this major national dilemma.
Paula Llewellyn is an example of what tribal politics does to our coexistential systems as the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is supposed to be representative of.
As far as I'm concerned, this individual was not appointed based on her ability to get the job done, but, as can be seen, she fits well in the group of non-performing tribal elements who collect fat taxpayers' cheques every month for services not rendered.
Jamaica will have to endure her until her retirement or death unless we remove her from office in the interest of the greater and national good. She can be removed. She MUST be REMOVED. It's OUR office.
Act, Jamaica. Act now!