ON THURSDAY OF NEXT WEEK, the council of the PNG University of Technology will decide the fate of Vice Chancellor Albert Schram. The Sevua investigation of Schram and the resulting report have now attracted the support of Port Moresby’s anti-corruption activists, becoming part of their list of demands aimed at the government of Peter O’Neill.
The anger has deepened and spread because the Unitech scandal is seen as a case study in the O’Neill government’s blatant tolerance of injustice. It is also another clear example of public servants being paid to solve a problem when all they do is waste public money by backing off, running away, flip flopping, lying, pretending or dodging responsibility.
I have become damn angry reading what has been going on at Unitech because a lot of my salary is deducted to pay idiots like them and the money is totally wasted.