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Subject: Rehab program for Wahgi Mek plantations set to roll

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Date Posted: 19:42:55 07/02/04 Fri

postcourier 2nd july 2004

Rehab program for Wahgi Mek plantations set to roll

PRIME Minister Sir Michael Somare will officially launch the rehabilitation program for the controversial Wahgi Mek Plantations on Monday next week.
And half the who’s who of Parliament is likely to be in attendance.
A spokesman from the office of the Member for North Wahgi confirmed yesterday that the official launch of the rehabilitation program would take place in Banz.
The Prime Minister’s itinerary says a high-powered delegation from Parliament including ministers are expected to accompany him for the ceremony.
They include Agriculture Minister Matthew Siune, Minister for Planning and Monitoring Moses Maladina, Health Minister Melchior Pep, Minister for Environment and Conservation William Duma, Trade and Industry Minister Paul Tiensten, Jimi MP and Works Minister Francis Kunai, Central Province Governor Alphonse Moroi and North Wahgi MP Michael Mas Kal.
Former, National Planning secretary Valentine Kambori, who was actively involved in the rehabilitation program, is also expected to attend. Meanwhile, Mr Kal said accusations against him for misappropriating funds meant for the rehabilitation of the Wahgi Mek plantations were mere speculation.
Mr Kal said the people of Jiwaka would prove to everyone at the launching that everything is in order and in the right direction.
He said he had waited for the Prime Minister to set an exact date for the launch ceremony to dispel any suggestions that the funds for the plantations’ rehabilitations have been misused.
“I believe the people were making up all the stories out of the frustrations of waiting for the program to start,” Mr Kal said.
A source from the Prime Ministers department has confirmed the launch ceremony and said officials would fly in, starting from this morning.

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