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Subject: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Dee Apii
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 21 2007, 10:52:56pm

Wanepalu,Is it true that three of our Engan MPís are lobbying to have their own man appointed to the throne of the Enga Provincial Administrator? We hear rumors that Governor Ipatas is throwing his weight upon a five times failed politician or the Wabag MPís bitter rival while the Kandep MP is trying to compensate the DA that supported him and almost lost his life in the recent 2007 election while the Wabag MP is backing the current PA because he executed his dirty plans well?

Guyís, they should give us a break, now? If mandated leaders want to see realistic changes, they should head hunt for a good respected fresh young and neutral professional into the system to clean up the mess there. Enga does not need any more recycled leaders? Why not look outside the box? There are capable Engan elites waiting out there to express their interest. Why not shallow their pride and allow the Department of Personnel Management to take ownership of the recruitment process? Is it not normal for DPM to advertise in the papers, assess all applications and shortlist five candidates for PEC consideration before they submit three out of the five to NEC for final appointment?

If the political leaders fail to physically go into the battle field to stop tribal fights, the onus should be on the administrative leader, in this case, the Administrator of the province. In order to effect that, Enga needs a administrator who can go out of the comfortable air-conditioned office to meet or socialize with the ordinary people and know them by name. How can a stranger stop a fight between two parties if you do not know them, personally?

If the PA & DAís can make it their business to know their people and target zero deaths related to tribal fights as one of their KPIís, then Enga will certainly see some changes.

Recent declaration of the state of emergency is only a short term fix and banning of fire arms in the province will never ever solve Engaís problem. The leaders need to spend time with the people and do more awareness. There is a huge gap between the ordinary people and the political leaders. PNG knows well that Enganís generally love their leaders and they have a lot of respect for them. It is only these greedy leaders who isolate themselves or go into hiding in Port Moresby and emerge only during election time to lure and buy votes with their huge monies.

Enga needs a PA that can bridge that gap. If you screen all past administrators, Mr.Talyaga stands tall amongst all because he stopped two tribal fights in Wabag. One of the fights involved the Lypin and Paliu tribes where Mr.Tayalga walked straight into the battle field and stopped them.

They do not need to drive out of the Ipatas Centre to appreciate the damages caused by tribal fights, itís all happening right in front of their nose. Our MPís are still preaching about how to stop the fight at Akom while people are dying and properties are being destroyed. Although mandated by the people, the MPís can not go & physically talk to the people to stop the fight because that mandate was bought with hard cash.

We need a young energetic and vibrant Provincial Administrator who can provide effective and quality leadership by encouraging full participation, co-operation and fostering team spirit and building trust among all members, at the same time instilling pride, discipline and a sense of ownership in all work and commitments being undertaken.



We need a PA who can challenge the Governor on issues that are affecting the public service or on impact projects. The kiap days are long gone. Just to name a few, look at the very disgraceful state of Wabag town, is there a master plan incorporating impact projects including a proper Town Market, backfilling of Kop river, the famous Wabag Contractors town sealing project? If they are penned and are forever on the drawing board, when will they be ever materialized? We need a PA who can constantly remind the MPís with the shopping list?



Hope, the offices of the DPM and Chief Secretary intervene and save Enga, we have suffered enough in these cruel hands already?

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[> Subject: Return Talyaga as Enga Administrator!


Author:
Ulutainge
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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 05 2007, 08:18:03am

Kaimi, full support, we need Kundapen Talyanga back as administrator to solve this tribal fighting throughout Enga. He stands tall out of all the candidates on the list.

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Wano
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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 05 2007, 12:34:25pm

Dii Aipi,
Intresting trend is developing, and thankyou for keeping us aware of the political manuevourings taking place among our MPs. I agree with you that MPs hide and shadow in Pom and creep out at election times and never even bother to care about the ongoing tribal feuds in Enga. Yet they are fighting among theselve for the position of PA. What a shame? There is one area where you are contradicting youself with your arguement in that you want some fresh blood as the PA but your recommendation is some Talayanga guy. Is he fresh blood, I mean young and energetic like William Powi of SHP.....nope, he is also a recycled leader and gone past his used by date. The current PA is pathetic, I think he is a failed GP who couldn't make into main stream medical practice. What a joke....Mr. Naipat the DA for Kandep is also gone past his used by date...all this candidates are of the jurrassic era. Move on and look beyond what meets the eye. The PA position of Enga must be given to generation Y.

Genex Strategy

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[> [> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
yomange
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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 05 2007, 11:59:10pm

Wano & 61...Dee Aipi never recommended Talyanga. He compared the past Administrators (including the current failed GP) and Talyanga stands tall amongst them and we gota respect Talyanga for what he has achieved.

Now, Enga need an Administrator appointed by DPM and not Ipatas, Polye or Abal for this matter. Enga province is not owned by these three individuals.

Cheers
Yomange

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


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61
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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 05 2007, 03:14:45pm

yep, Kundapen Talyaga has had his day in the sun. now he has gone past his used by date. he should not be appointed again. Enga is tired of the same old same old.

lets get a fresh face into the administrators seat and let him/her steer the province away from all the crap happening in the province right now.

I believe Enga is not short of experienced professionals. The time of old timers like Kundapen Talyaga, Dr. Samson Amean and others are over.

61

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Dee Apii
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Date Posted: Fri, Nov 02 2007, 04:47:46pm

Guys, I did not recommend Talyaga to be the PA again, he is out dated. We need a young blood out there.

Our MP's are holding back funds due for delivering of services because they can not stop fights. A PA with these credentials is needed more than these MP's.

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[> [> Subject: Does it take a lot?


Author:
Freddie
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Date Posted: Fri, Nov 02 2007, 05:07:39pm

If I had the courage and determination to serve Enga, would it take a lot for me to be the Enga Administrator or such?

I think its pretty simple. I mean we should cut it straight, cut the crap and rule by the facts of what is required/desired and is supposed to be done for the province as reflected/indicated by the majority of the population.

Just like RPNGC Commisioner Baki said. Its frustrating. We need real action and discipline to get things going.

I for one believe Enga has suffered a lot and deserves the much needed development and dissemination of benefits to its rightful provincial citizens. It hurts day in day out just to read and digest all the negetivity every single day.

Its just so unfortunate I do not happen to be the PNG Military General.

-F

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
tony
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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 30 2008, 09:43:11am

At last the PA job is being advertised, due date 8/8/08, start dei blon Beijing games na tu em lucky day blon ol kongkong yah? Hope Enga gets a new fresh administrative leader.

Hope this adv is genuine and the DPM office will not be biased in their selection of a competent leader to lead the province.

The province needs somebody young energetic and vibrant and who has no political affiliation. They should discourage recycled leaders and they will not bring in new ideas.

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[> [> Subject: KT will be back,,.


Author:
You can't see me comin'!
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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 30 2008, 10:58:21am

For your info

Kundapen Talyaga will be back as Enga Provincial Administrator. Enga needs a man of maturity, intellect and vast experiences such as he..

Parliamentary Insider

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[> [> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
larsen
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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 30 2008, 02:43:04pm

the process would be dispirited given many consideration however, i'd prefer a pa who would constantly stand upright for the people of enga even if he is from africa or manus province.

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Ace
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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 30 2008, 04:40:45pm

But if it is only for Mr. Talyaga alone, yes he deserves to be given another go.

For the hot rumour going around here in Wabag...yes definately it's Kundapen and they would hate to see people like Samson Amean or people wish to see some very new faces to this post.

Reporting from Pawas Buai Market.

Ace

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[> [> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
KLagaipT3
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Date Posted: Thu, Jul 31 2008, 02:59:37pm

Hello ALL

Yes, I confirm Kundapen will be nominated as new Enga Provincial Administrator..

Rgds.

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Eagles Eyes
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Date Posted: Fri, Aug 01 2008, 10:18:16pm

Kaimes, Its great debating on this crucial issue. I for one as an Engan is fed up with these dirty political criteria that is used by the pominent leaders of Enga in appointing heads of such nature to deal with the bulk Engans. Dee Api has outlined some of the issues that has never been addressed by the previous PAs and he wants someone who will manage the province with a vision to restore peace in the province.

Talyaga has played his rythm and we all heard it even some danced to it. If its Enga people's choice then votes will speak. I dont have connection with him but I admire his leadship attributes with good educational backgound which souds good to the PA portfolio of Enga.

Apart from him we need intellectuals that have the capablilities in managing the affairs of Enga province in terms of soclial, economical and infrastructual development who has the specialise attributes well regarded in the Public Administrative affairs.

Hence Enga Provincial Administration don't need medical doctors, layers, judges, accountants, engineers and others to act on the position.

If these Engan politicans are to make decisions for the benefit of bulk Engans then everything should be screened, rationalized and analysed before final submission to the NEC for the final decisions.

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wwest nomo favo nor fear

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
Tony
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Date Posted: Sat, Aug 02 2008, 03:36:33pm

yes, the insiders??? em taim blo NA and am not surprised at all. It came a little too late so if PSC seriously screens & checks all the recruitment criterias, he might fail to meet them all???

Why not consider someone young to take the province forward? What a sad day?

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[> Subject: Re: Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?


Author:
tony
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Date Posted: Thu, Aug 28 2008, 11:32:11am


I guess the deferal (extract from Thenational 26/8) will also allow for the screening, selection, appointment or whatever bull-shit fake or camouflage recruitment system employed and only known to NEC and the long waited announcement of the next Administrator for Enga???

Good luck to Enga...
_____________________________________________________

NEC meeting deferred
By ANDREW ALPHONSE
THE National Executive Council meeting scheduled to take place in Wabag this week has been deferred, and this has disappointed sections of the Engan community.
But Governor Peter Ipatas said while people might be disappointed, it was the Governmentís call and Enga could only wait and hope that the deferred meeting takes place soon.
ďThis is the second deferral. Iím hoping that they will give me a new date, and this time they will come to our province,Ē Mr Ipatas said last night.
ďOur people had been working hard and looking forward to hosting this important event.Ē
Chairman of the organising committee and acting provincial administrator Dr Samson Amean said, preparations were well on target.
This was before the announcement that the meeting was cancelled.
But Mr Ipatas said preparations were still ongoing as they await a new date.
This include Wabag town beautification, security, transport, accommodation and logistics arrangements, and project site visits for the Prime Minister and the 25 ministers and their departmental heads.
Wabag police station commander senior Insp Albert Beli, who is in charge of security, said police manpower strength of 120 policemen and women together with 70 members of two mobile squad units based in Wabag and Laiagam would be engaged in the security operations.
The Prime Minister is expected to be accommodated at Amapyaka Highlands Lutheran International School outside Wabag

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