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Ocean Economy

OCEAN ECONOMY-National Dialogue.

Prime Minister Dr. N. Ramgoolam.


        Re: Oil, Gas and Minerals- Ocean Economy.

    It is really sad to inform you that I was not allowed to attend the conference on ‘National Dialogue on the Ocean Economy’ that was held on Monday 22 July 2013 at the Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre (SVICC). In fact I learnt, on Friday evening, about the event through the MBC TV- the ‘semi-intellectuals’ who, as usual, did not specify the starting time of the conference.

    As the SVICC reception did not reply to my phone call the following Saturday morning, I called again around 8 .am on Monday 22 July. I was told that the Conference will start at 10.45 am on same day. I reached SVICC around 10.15 am. Upon arriving at the conference hall a few minutes later, the staff of the Board of Investment (BOI) informed me that I will not be allowed to attend, neither on that day nor on the following day, because I

(i) had no invitation and

(ii) was not registered as participant.

     The question that we ask is how such international events are organized, as it is a known fact that NGOs, researchers, members of the civil society, amongst others, should form part as stakeholders? Moreover, that the citizens should know about the resources that are found in the territory and not be considered as strangers in their own country. Especially, that the theme of the issue bears the words ‘national’ and ‘dialogue’.

    I embarked, in October 1995, on a survey and study tour in Rodrigues which I have up to now visited 22 times, by sea and air. The main focus of my research was based on the geophysical nature of this island, on information and presumptions that I had since my secondary school days and on my undeniable sharp spirit of venture and exploration.

    Around 1997, I made a survey on foot on the natural sources of water throughout the island which was already under the effects of drought and of scarcity of this valuable resource.  I requested Mr. Salomon Albert, who was the officer in charge of the Water Unit, to visit the sites that I had located. He was very satisfied as all my indications were in line with the FED/FAO Report, of which I was not aware.

    I flew to Hyderabad, India in January 1998 on a business trip. I contacted, with the help of my Indian friend, a prospective investor on desalination project. The gentleman in question was keen to invest in the project, amongst other sectors. He requested me to provide some crucial and scientific information regarding water of the island and its contents, namely the chemical compound.

    After my return to Mauritius, I had a meeting with Mr. Harry Booluck, chairman of the Central Water Authority to discuss the issue. He told me ‘pa casse latete, Vivendi in fini pran tou delo dans Maurice. Vivendi po traite tou delo, ler la li pou vend sa avec CWA, apresa CWA pou vend sa avec bane consomater’.  After, listening to such explanation, the initiative that I had taken to bring some solace to the inhabitants of Rodrigues was shattered to pieces. Nevertheless, I have often been ‘hammering on’ Mr. Booluck by saying teasingly, 'that one day will come when he will carry water in pails from the sea to make Mauritians drink’, given the drought that has been prevailing in our territory with a peak in 1998 (see email copy).

     In reality, a desalination unit has been planted a few years ago at Songes, Rodrigues, which I visited in October 2012. This implies that I am already, as usual, ahead in identifying modern ‘grille des projets’ for the economic development of Motherland Mauritius.

    A few years before this episode, that is, in 1996, I was looking for any person of the scientific world from NASA who would have visited Rodrigues. The reason behind this quest was that I was convinced that astronauts or those who control satellites are attracted by the island while in space. I came across an inhabitant of Port Mathurin who was known as a treasure hunter. He was busy with a French ocean trotter who was a descendant of an ancient pirate. He was on the track of searches and I met him for a short conversation.  

    The gentleman of Rodrigues told me that there was one NASA astronaut, whom he met, but had already left a few days ago. I missed that opportunity because I badly needed the assistance of such an astronaut to support my presumptions regarding some issues. However, I continued with my researches accompanied with my photo camera and notebook.

    I conducted a survey during March and May 2002 on the ‘Autonomy of Rodrigues’ which was the theme of my dissertation for my course at the UOM. I had chosen this issue because

    (i)  I was and am still keen in unveiling some mysteries around Rodrigues and

    (ii) I predicted the Autonomy of Rodrigues and I mentioned this in 1997 and 1998  in a few talks that I delivered at the MBC Matinal Rodrigues.    

     I carried out my enquiries with the Leader of OPR Hon. Serge Claire who was the future Chief Commissioner and other members, the MR Leader and members, previous politicians, a few NGOs, some citizens and businessmen and also Justice Robert Ahnee- the Father of the Regional Constitution of Rodrigues.         

    Honourable Serge Claire was kind enough to receive me at his residence during the meetings (more than a dozen) in which we discussed the politico-socio-economic venues. It was during one of such enquiries that he lent me a thesis book on geology of Mauritius and Rodrigues by Bernard Perroud. He also requested me to visit the site where the runway of Plaine Corail was under expansion and construction. I did it and noticed the striking geological features of that place. I would like to lay stress that it was during these days (March-May 2002) that I came to Predict the deadly Tsunami of 26 December 2004.

    Thereafter, I continued with my researches on foot and in boat until 2004 when I concluded about the possible deposits of minerals, gas, oil, etc. in the territory of Rodrigues. By the end of 2004 and until the general elections of 2005, I started campaigning by saying that there were more than 65,000 jobs that could be created around the exploitation of these natural resources including other venues.



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