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Subject: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


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Chicko
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Date Posted: Mon, Sep 15 2008, 12:45:41pm


Projects unveiled for Lagaip-Porgera

A NUMBER of projects unveiled by Lagaip-Porgera MP Philip Kikala will bring change to the district in Enga province, which is lagging behind others due to tribal fights.
Projects amounting to K13 million were unveiled in Laiagam by Mr Kikala and Works, Transport and Civil Aviation Minister Don Polye, who is also deputy leader of National Alliance party.
A five-year development plan for 2008 to 2012 was also launched and new vehicles worth K1.1 million were distributed to various divisions like health, education, police and district administration.
The projects included the construction of a mini hydro costing K7 million, rehabilitation of the run-down Laiagam jail costing K2.5 million and the reviving of the pyrethrum industry in the electorate at the cost of K2.5 million.
Mr Kikala said with unusually high revenue coming into the Government coffers because of commodity boom, now was the time to deliver and he urged his people to actively participate in the development of the district.
Mr Polye also revealed to the people that under stage two of the Wabag –Laiagam road maintenance, he would allocate another K27 million for the sealing.
He said that he would also allocate K42 million for Laiagam to Porgera road upgrading and sealing and another K25 million for Laiagam to Kandep road sealing under stage two of the road project.
He said funding for the projects would come from the K3.2 billion funding the Government would be getting from the Asian Development Bank.
Mr Polye told the people that under the Somare-Temu Government they would see some major changes in their electorates.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
Ace
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Date Posted: Mon, Sep 15 2008, 03:28:57pm

When it's time for Tee/Sinsing in Enga, Engans kill their own pigs to celebrate. A foreigner comes in to dance to the rythm of the host.

A tribesman who never kills his own pig makes his own friends,immediate families including his beloved ones, the wife and kids ashame.

Engans call this kind of people as YAN AEN MANDIPAE, KIRILIP MEN NAMINING KOYAPAE.

Only the insane jumps into the main arena, though he does not make any sense to the crowd but after all they know he is a stupid.

Thought we were taught by our fathers.

Ace
True Engan by Own Faith.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
Kandepian Wane
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Date Posted: Mon, Sep 15 2008, 08:26:56pm

kain toktok oslem em ol liklik mangi save makim long em yu i makim kamap.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
Eagles Eyes
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Date Posted: Mon, Sep 15 2008, 05:45:40pm

Polye knows a way around. In the national arena he has his NA counterparts and he walks away with quarters and half slices. I now see that Polye has come down to the provincial level to share what he got from out there (top).

For any development to emerge strategically, then collective brain is better than one. P.Kiakala and D. Polye's combination will bring much need services and developments to the province especially in the West of Enga. This is just a beginning of others that are yet to come as Engans say; INDAKI IPAN, IMU WAMBE YAM.

Therefore, it is better to find ways and inject them with ideas that are needed for the development of the two districts or the province. You interllectuals either in the country or outside need to add ideas or develop more critical ideas on the District Development Plan that they have launched.
After all they are both wildwest MPs and there is a possibility of killing two birds with one stone in developing Laiagam and Kandep so Kandepeans please don't draw conclusions too early.

wildwest

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[> [> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
Chicko
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 08:48:13am

Eagles Eyes,

Any intellectual advice is rendered to those who seek. I don’t know Mr Kikala personally but knowing Don Polye, is a man of extremely elevated ego and a Mr Know-It-All. He will never ever listen to anybody and I wonder if Mr Kikala is in good corporative terms with Don Polye as seen at this event at Laiagam to work for the betterment of West Enga.

Don Polye is known for making promises and it’s not surprising he has once again sprouted out another load of bullshits about sealing various road segments mentioned in the paper.

The roads basically needs the first step improvements such as widening road widths, shortening corners, diversion at various land instability areas, culverts and good drainage, quality gravel for compaction & road sheeting, and also land compensation associated with building roads in Enga. These small but fundamental tasks must occur before you even talk about sealing a road. Having known the road conditions and the costs involved nowadays, the money earmarked are not even sufficient to complete these first preliminary activities, let alone road sealing.

Mr Polye’s own road from Laiagam to Kandep is not even near the completion of any of the first steps. It only makes one wonder how he sets arbitrary targets that he can only achieve in his dream world.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 12:09:57pm

eagles eyes, yu are 'yan eeikaie'.

go have a hot beer in isolation.

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Author:
....x
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 02:19:21pm

.........Insane, come in clear with your views otherwise don't. You are not need in the West. Pogo_adake iki

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
Eagles Eyes
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 11:40:43am

It is true that Polye is known for empty promises but with combination of Kiakala will do. Rt.Hon MP Kiakala's initatives to develop his district will be an eye opening scenario for Polye to look down to his district too.
Polye will learn from Kiakala if he don't know how to perform his electrate roles.
Hence, wonder if this relationship will last long or others will intervene to dismantle this vital relationship of two west MPs vying for development.

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wwest

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[> [> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 11:59:36am

eagles eyes, let me not repeat the third time labelling you as a 'dog's rectum' instead of eagles eyes.

firstly, Rt. Hon. is not deserved by kikala, he seems to be a government cheque chaser and vulupindi haus chewer. (reflecting his past sectary position which was controversial issue and a shame) In what scenarios does he deserve these titles.

the challenge is philip kikala and his team of advisers should implement these projects now.

eagles eyes/dog's rectum, liklik mangi, go have a hot beer in isolation.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 12:15:02pm

pls, go have a break with yur onslaughters. have a hot beer in isolation and dream the path and imgaine a walk up that road compared to yur current statuses.

after this i beleive you will talk real and practical.

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Author:
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 16 2008, 04:37:43pm

.....Your hustled mentality will not prevail until you confess yourself to Don Polye and see your dreams.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


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Ace
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Date Posted: Sat, Sep 20 2008, 04:12:34pm

Until HE himself will bow down to me confessing that he is a con-artist, a false prophet from no where.

Ace
100% Kandep.

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[> Subject: Philip Kiakala's visionary projects


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Peles-Economist
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Date Posted: Wed, Sep 24 2008, 02:27:35pm

I would like to comment on the announcement made in Laiagam by the Member for Lagaip Porgera, hon. Philip Kiakala. It is apparent, there is a vision behind the announcement for road projects, hydro-power, development of the jail and finally the phyrethrum project. These are all very important projects that will built the capacity of the district to stand on its own feet, however, i would like to emphasise on one of this projects, that i think would have a greater impact on peoples lives.

The other projects, like road, hydro-power and jail would benefit the people much and those can be long term plans for the district. For the short term, i think, the phyrethrum project should be promoted, so as to give individuals in the district some money in their pocket and create a cash economy in the district level. I can remember the times, when pyhrethrum became a stable cash earner for individual farmers. Those were the days, then people could save some toea and pay their childrens school fees. At the moment, the district has no cash crop that is marketable, apart from ad-hoc, vegetables, and sweet-potatoe markets, just to make a few bucks.

Phyrethrum on the other hand will provide the people with a steady cash flow. Compare this to West New Britain province, they call Oil Palm, Green Gold because, the resorce is renewable, and it provides cash for the small holders, consequently, the cash flow in Kimbe is much higher than any other towns in PNG, except for Port MOresby. Such renewable cash crop would provide a stable income for the people in the village, encouraging people to work the land to make money. This project would put, cash back to the people.

However, one thing that needs to be clarified is, who will own the pyhrethrum factory? For several years, there has been political infighting and millions of kina being spent on project proposals, feasibility studies that were done by several people with no fruition. The money has been wasted. In this case, who will own the factory? can the factory be held in trust for the people by the provincial government until such a time that, the people can be allowed to buy shares in the factory and ultimately, the people own the factory? Some of this things have to be clarified before embarking on this project, because, i know this project is a very sensitive project, due to the fact that, over the years, lots of political interference on the project has already occured. There are people with vested interest in the project that are still around, who will do anything to jeopardise the project.

I once, was engaged in project, but due too much politics, i threw in the towel. Politics should be struck out of this project, and allow people with technical capabilities and qualifications to run the project. Only then, will this project kick off and give much needed cash into the district.

This is a major project, and i would encourage the Hon. Kiakala to embark on this project. This should be the first project i would recommend Hon. Kiakala to embard on, as the benefits are spread across the district.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Philip Kiakala's visionary projects


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richard
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 26 2008, 05:11:15pm

With due to respect to the MPs visionary plans and project identifications, the importantance of the identified projects, I would like to to comment (support) "Peles Economists" idea of playing clean politics in making the factory an asset of the EPG and the public can buy share once fully operational. Otherwise, its gonna be another waste of resource (soft or hard). My uncle did a fine proposal for the phyrthrum project and the factory too, but it was partially fundedand now collecting dust somewhere in the cupboard. Betza yer, this is one White Gold!!!! SO GO FOR IT!!!

Richard

writers note: Me not from that electorate but just a contribution:

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye - stop dancing to Philip Kikala's music, play your own music!


Author:
larsen
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Date Posted: Mon, Sep 29 2008, 04:14:29pm

Thank you to Hon. Philip Kikala, MP for forming good development plans and securing financial resources for them, which is often a challenging job for an average politician.

These project proposals secured by the MP for Laigam-Porgera Electorate are equally essential and are not mutually exclusive. Given the nature of the funding and the projects, concurrent implementation is preferred if feasible, otherwise.

Mining into the mechnaical fibres, in any aspect, of the projects for commentary would be of some importance later.

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Author:
SB
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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 30 2008, 01:34:16am

The reason why Pyrethrum exports from PNG have stopped is due to the fact that the chemical extracted from the flowers which is called Pyretin is actually produced in laboratories by mixing certain chemicals. This by product is actually used to produce insecticides. This process was far cheaper then the extraction process used at the PNG processing plant in Kiminiga.

I believe the MP's office has conducted feasibility studies to see if the market was still there but this will be one of those projects that will certainly struggle to fly.

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