Leader of the Landless People’s Movement, Bernadus Swartbooi said the party is not impressed with some of its regional and local authority councillors who see themselves as important and want to be called ‘honourables’ instead of by their names. The Namibia press agency quotes Swartbooi as saying that the party does not care about the importance of individuals but rather the importance of service delivery, which convinced people to vote them into their positions. He added that feeling important while occupying a public office is temporary because councillors come and go but the public office will remain.