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24 January 2016

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When people want their issues or claim to be fast tracked they have to bribe the so called paper puncher to surface your claims immediately. and its evident every anytime anywhere. what a painful practice.

Iam sick and tired of this so- called Waigani Lingo.

Next time you turn up at a public office for a genuine business, maintain your ground. Just don't give in to those pot-bellied public servants and paper pushers.

Great John and Mathias, we are in the most corrupt countries of the world. because of favouritism, nepotism and bribery. what a pity for our country with such a practice.

Bribery is as ancient as selling and buying but the scale of it has reached gigantic proportions in this country and many parts of the world. It is evil, and it is corrupt!

It happens everywhere now. The government ministers are into it and all the way down to the lowest public servants - the security guards all want a part of it.

No wonder we are among the top most corrupt nations of the world. And then I wonder if the Prime Minister and his bunch of ministers see what you and I and the whole wide world out there sees?

John it started in Pom the headquarters of PNG where the Government departments are located.
The syndrome spread through out the country now.

Every one has to bribe to get themselves served to gain their lawful claims.

its now the png language...upgrade from waigani language

The so called officers at Waigani and elsewhere in PNG will attend to your needs only if you offer them money, beer and lunch when you deserve not to pay anything at all.

Very fluent language, Jimmy.

I've heard of this language. It gets spread around in 'dribs and drabs'.

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