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26 October 2016


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Nonetheless its a mistake done by the jurno who unintendedly published a picture without properly identifying the projects pictured with its source... the Governor did not also order or chose this footage to be published as is been the case and therefore must also be correctly addressed by the district MP. Blames such as this is baseless.

MPs in PNG tend to flaunt their self image in ways that can, at times defying rational judgement.

It is irritating to see public motor vehicles such as ambulances and police vans purchased with public monies bearing the names of MPs.

Who knows in future they might push for legislation to have their portraits imprinted or embedded on all public motor vehicles currently in use.

Just think about the paintwork and the cost of having to do the paintwork all over again once his or her term of office expires and the identity of the incoming office holder must be done on the fleet.

It is really absurd, isn't it?

Nogat sem blong Governor Noah Kool. The Simbu government has no development plan that can guide its expenditure of the PSIP funds annually. They spend on an ad hoc basis.

It's like this governor and the administration are driving around with their eyes closed. Very soon they will crash.
This is very much a reflection of what is happening at the national level.

Sem pasin ia, gavana!

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