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30 January 2014


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Yes, get real. Bougainville is divided. Some of us want peace, while others don't want anything from PNG. And Noah Misingku is running his own dream country in Tonu. Bougainvilleans were long divided, there is no oneness. Forgiveness from PNG is a step forward for me, but others are suspicious.

Oh come on people, get real.

God save us all.

I think I'm going to puke!

I would like to see Leonard Fong Roka's take on that issue.

Saying sorry for the many lives lost and the widespread misery brought about by the conflict is the way forward for AROB and PNG.

Saying real sorry to the people of AROB by the PM is a real manifestation of humility and humbleness, these are fruits of a humble heart.

May we all progress and move forward hand in hand. God bless the PM, the People of AROB and PNG.

It brings me to tears every time I hear leaders (church, government, business, civic) say sorry to others. Thank you, PM O'Neill. Godspeed restoration to Bougainville!

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