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Subject: Re: Sir Tei Abal - A good story to read this Independence for Engans


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larsen
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 12 2008, 03:54:25pm
In reply to: Lond Neo 's message, "Sir Tei Abal - A good story to read this Independence for Engans" on Thu, Sep 11 2008, 09:55:16pm

Reverence is deserved by late Sir Tei Abal.

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NARO
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Date Posted: Sun, Sep 14 2008, 02:20:36pm

Yes...Sir Abal was a successful man but one thing that I doubt over his leadership in the early 70s was why he choose to be the first opposition leader when he was first nominated to be the first PM of the nation. He rejected the nomination which prompted Sir Somare to become the first PM of PNG eventually. I really don't know the reason why he refused the offer...history should have written as one smart and well-educated Engan that time was planning ahead in lead up to the election of the PM.

NARO

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Date Posted: Sun, Sep 14 2008, 03:10:07pm

During my bus rides home (enga) from Hagen, I normally hear people; both men and women, from enga talk seriously about an engan who will oneday become the prime minister of Papua New Guinea.

Even in the dark huts, so dark that you would not see anything except hear the elderly people talk about issues. They sometimes talk about an engan becoming prime minister for Papua New Guinea. They say enga is blessed generation among all in the country and even in the world.

These people say it is not Ipatas, Polye, Abal or any of the current members who are seen fit by enga to be the prime minister.

(1) john pundari tried but cannot because it is not by enga.

(2) don polye and peter ipatas will talk about it and make believe they are the ones choosen by enga but it will not eventuate because of enga.

(3) others will try but will not succeed if enga does not bless it. Who is enga then: I think the engans are the red men from the mountains living in the stormy clouds.

(4) I think the third generation from current political regime will have a try at this post of the country with the support from the red men from the cloudy mountains.

Long Live Enga = The Choosen Generation

Sir Tei Abal knew it very well because the red men told him. This has been talked about for so many generations but the red men are still keeping it. When it comes, all the four corners of enga will stand up raising tall for its proclaimation.

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