He made the comments during a recent airing of his show, Honestly Speaking, where he said he had an issue with the RDA’s contracts “to build some igloos”.
“I am in favour and I celebrate and applaud local contractors being the recipients of contracts and their businesses growing and persons are working. What I am challenged by is that here we are more than two years now outside of the hurricanes of 2017 and the rains of August of the same year, and for the life of me I can’t understand why are we still building temporary housing of this nature,” Cline stated.
He further said he believes that at this period in time, more permanent and sustainable projects should be undertaken by the RDA as opposed to issuing contracts to build “temporary domes”.
“My critique and my challenge: why we are not further along in doing more meaningful and substantive things other than assembling these igloos, as I call them … then you have to build a bathroom, then you have to run electricity to the place and we call it temporary housing.”
Did you hear that we're writing Iraq's new Constitution?
Why not just give them ours? We're not using it anymore.