THERE have been countless articles and discussions on the so-called ‘attitude problem’ of Papua New Guineans.
The stigma includes our ‘submissive nature’ and our ‘leisurely approach to life’, as well as our leisurely approach towards good governance.
We do tolerate arrogance amongst people who are given positions of public office. And we are known for our disrespect for public property.
Collectively I term these as a part of our ‘do not care’ attitude.
What could be encouraging this dishonourable outlook?