'WRONG MOVE' TO PUT MPS ON DBKL BOARD

Local government expert Derek Fernandez says it's better to have an advisory committee to the FT minister so that MPS can have policy oversight over DBKL instead of tying the mayor's hands.

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Fernandez: Fernndez [fer'nandes] [fer'nande] is a common Spanish surname meaning "son of Fernando." The Germanic name that it derives from means "brave traveler." The Portuguese version of this surname is Fernandes. The Arabized version is Ibn Faranda and it was used by the Mozarabs and Muwallads in Al-Andal