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30 June 2017


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What about The National newspaper report of 27 June 2017: 'Mama Halivim Mama of Ialibu-Pangia gets K3.7m for projects'.

THE Mama Halivim Mama Association of Ialibu-Pangia in Southern Highlands has received a K3.7 million commitment to help its members.

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill committed K2 million (K1m from the Ialibu-Pangia District Development Authority and K1m government support).

The National Gaming Control Board chief executive officer Imelda Argon committed K1m. In addition, the National Fisheries Authority committed K500,000 and the Mineral Resources Development Authority pledged K200,000.

The electoral commission owes the country the truth.

Election 2017 is chaotic compared to other elections since independence. Polling dates postponed, polling officials allowances not paid, polling helicopters not paid, clear indications of corrupt play manipulated by the electoral commission.

The electoral commissioner, government secretary Isaac Lupari and election steering committee should tell the country now to which music are they dancing.

Is it for the People's National Congress or Democracy?

We need a good government for the future generation = our kids.

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