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

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Date Posted: Sat, Aug 02 2008, 03:36:33pm
In reply to: Dee Apii 's message, "Enga needs a Administrator who can stop tribal fights?" on Fri, Sep 21 2007, 10:52:56pm

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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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
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 Government’s call and Enga could only wait and hope that the deferred meeting takes place soon.
“This is the second deferral. I’m hoping that they will give me a new date, and this time they will come to our province,” Mr Ipatas said last night.
“Our people had been working hard and looking forward to hosting this important event.”
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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