Mr Speaker, happily, the Hon Minority Chief Whip said that he thought that I would have stopped at a point. Certainly, his thoughts are not my thoughts, and his ways are not my ways. So, he should not just rise up to say that he thought I would stop somewhere. His thoughts are not my thoughts, and his ways, which I very much know, certainly cannot be my ways.
Mr Speaker, he said that there are five Hon Ministers listed, but none is here. When I tell the Hon Majority Chief Whip that sometimes he suffers from optical illusion, he says I am insulting him. There are five Hon Ministers including myself. I am here. He said that five Hon Ministers are listed but all are not here.
Mr Speaker, I know the Hon Minority Chief Whip has started his fast today. I believe that his vision is not impaired by the fast, I know that one; I can testify to it.
So please, he should check the list, and check who is here and who is not here, but having said that, I never said that I am going to be here to do all the businesses of Hon Ministers every time.
The simple sentences that I put together, I never, by any stretch of imagination, inferred and I never directly also stated that I am going to be doing the job of all Hon Ministers all the time. I have never said so.