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11 November 2017

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The Enga-Hela highway would have been there already if millions of kina allocated for the Wasa Bridge in Kandep had not been diverted or misused.

I know our current Deputy Prime Minister Hon Charles Abel was at the launching of the Wasa Bridge with Kandep MP at the time Don Polye and a host of other parlliamentarians a couple of years ago.

Hon Charles Abel saw how important the Wasa Bridge was. I am sure he will support current Kandep MP Hon Luke Maneseh to build the bridge without delay.

It is the only obstacle connecting Enga and Hela the two historical blood brothers, otherwise the road system to Margarima is still good.

After what seemed like the total loss of government control of prime minister Peter O'Neill's home province of Southern Highlands, O'Neill made a cunning and desperate move by appointing Thomas Eluh to become administrator of this lawless and extremely dangerous province.

Thomas Eluh is the lead man pushing for the arrest of Peter O'Neill in relation to Paragate. He was also one of the leading investigators into other corruption cases implicating the PM.

That is why Peter O'Neill got Thomas Eluh terminated along with Simon Kaupa and disbanded Investigation Task Force Sweep.

Interestingly Eluh's appointment to the administrator's position coincided with his court victory against his termination.

What is Peter O'Neill trying to prove? What is O'Neill's motive for appointing Thomas Eluh, of all people? Has he lost his head or has he deliberately piloted a sinister fate for Thomas Eluh who is not a Southern Highlander?

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