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Subject: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Multi
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 07 2007, 11:20:56am

http://www.postcourier.com.pg/20071207/frhome.htm

Enga students are doing what MPs should do

I respond to Steven Kikala, son of the current MP for Lagaip-Porgera Open electorate. I have raised my concern to the office of the Member for Lagaip-Porgera, which is located here in Waigani.
I don’t know how a kid in Japan has answered and responded to the editorial.
The right persons to answer such concerns raised by the people are the elected MP, the first secretary or the media officer for the MP and not a kid studying overseas trying to protect his father.
For whose interest have you represented?
You have outlined some visions, plans and strategies to tackle HIV/AIDS and tribal fights but when are you going to implement them?
Vision without actions is merely a dream, actions without visions is just passing time but vision with action will change Enga and Papua New Guinea.
These young leaders from the province studying at UPNG are there with both vision and action. Whether they have funding or not, these students have the determination and the courage to change Enga.
The politicians sons and daughter and their families are overseas, our parents and our brothers and sisters are in the village, suffering and dying from HIV/AIDS and tribal fighting which are 100% avoidable.
Finally, Steven must know that the UPNG Enga students have taken the initiative because no MP from the province has tried to solve these two issues.
They have lots of plans, visions and policies but no action. People will not wait for these sophisticated policies to be implemented.
Our people are dying and we have to do something.
To Enga Students Association president Christopher Pilyo and his hardworking vice Robert Nagapi Kauba, and most of the committed students like Enegakali Sauk, Iso Apupuni, Kenneth Tomson, Balbo Lat Kaki and the crew, no matter what, sacrifice for the good of Enga and Papua New Guinea. I salute you all.

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[> Subject: Multi or Enga Assbutsman??


Author:
Miok Rutz
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Date Posted: Sat, Dec 08 2007, 03:00:44am

This idiota caled Multi o Enga Assbutsman is losa with sore ass olsem na em opim maus nating. He should be shammed from is wronged words about the Mp. Wanem kain vision na action? Nau tchol PKK kisim memba na faia ino lait yet. PKK givim k5000 na yu lukim? Litle boys don't deserve to be replied to.Stev, yur too big for this small tight ass.

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[> Subject: How will you tackle the "monster" in Enga?


Author:
Multi's bubu
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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 11 2007, 11:07:18am

Viewpoints, Post Courier


Tuesday 11th December , 2007

How will you tackle the emonsterf in Enga?

gPublofsh charge against Stephen Kikala misses the plot (Post-Courier Friday December, 7).
In his initial letter he accused the Lagaip-Porgera MP of an amount he did not commit. And when Stephen ggently correctedh this university student for getting his basic facts wrong, now he seems to be attacking the person, leaving the issue aside. The missiles he is hurling at the MPfs son are fictitious, negative and biased.
Generally Publo is right in alleging that MPsf kids are overseas. Most MPsf kids are. But he fails to understand that even years before Mr Kikala was elected to the Parliament, Stephen was already studying overseas. Secondly, the wrong amount he quoted was gcorrectedh. A genuine university student would appreciate gcorrectionh. But using it as a springboard to launch an attack and air your own personal disatisfaction is totally unhealthy and a shame to yourself, and the leaders of the student body you enlisted (purportedly to rally their support) and the higher institution you ascribe to.
You seem to be fuming because you think you are answerable by certain people and not gthis kidh. The kid has set the record straight, and are you angry with this? Is this a reflection of the university you claim to attend or some of your own Engan political blood spewing out of you?
And finally, you appear to be so concerned with the two giant killers in Enga (AIDS and tribal war). I agree, we should all be. And you reaffirmed your conviction that with or without the help of the authorites, you are determined to do what is right for your gparents and relativesh. That sounds good. Then why preaching it to the nation?
If you are a senior university student, we expect you to act like one. Otherwise, if you miss the plot in little issues like this, I donft know how you intend to gtackleh the two-headed monster in Enga?

– Kondervan
Hiroshima, Japan

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[> Subject: Nothing positive yet about awareness drives in Enga


Author:
Multi's mama
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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 11 2007, 11:11:11am

Letters to The National, Thursday, December 10

Nothing positive yet about awareness drives in Enga

ALLOW me to respond to gPubloh who seems to lack an understanding of modern day politics and professional integrity (Dec 6). I do appreciate the initiative the Enga Students Association has taken to address the chronic issues of HIV/AIDS and tribal warfare.
But there is still no evidence of accountable spending and positive impacts from previous awareness drives in the province. Neither has there been a positive correlation between Enga student awareness drives and decrease in the HIV/AIDS statistics or tribal wars.
With respect to the students, I am sad to say your problem originated from your own lack of credibility and integrity to investigate the actual facts.
Lagaip-Porgera MP Philip Kikala did not donate K5,000 to bodybuilder Danald Kaiwi but K1,000 from his own pocket.
The office of the Lagaip-Porgera MP verbally authorised and instructed me via mobile phone and e-mail to write a response to your allegation.
If the writer is dissatisfied, you can have your chance in 2012 to challenge any of the elected MPs by running for office.

Stephen Kikala
Tokyo, Japan

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[> Subject: HIV/AIDS, tribal wars, a concern to all


Author:
Publo "Supablo" Kid
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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 11 2007, 05:59:09pm

http://www.thenational.com.pg/121107/Letters%206.htm

The National, December 11, 2007

HIV/AIDS, tribal wars, a concern to all
I REFER to the letter by “Publo” (Dec 6). The writer has missed the plot. Stephen Kikala was correcting the amount the Lagaip-Porgera MP donated.
Generally, “Publo” is right in claiming that MPs’ kids are always in schools overseas. They are. But the writer failed to understand that years before Philip Kikala was elected to Parliament, Stephen was already studying overseas.
“This kid” has set the record straight and you are angry because of that?
You appear to be concerned with the two giant killers in Enga – HIV/AIDS and tribal war.
We should all be.
I am a student. I too, care about my people. I’ve tried to warn them years ago in market places, at home, at the akalyanda, and in any place where I can get an audience. I’ve warned the people of this two-headed monster that was out to destroy everything that we hold dear to us.
So, just get out there and do it.
If you are senior university student, I expect you to act like one. Otherwise, if you miss the plot because of little issues like these, I don’t know how you intend to “tackle” this two-headed monster in Enga. Kondervan,
Hiroshima, Japan

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[> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Enga Ombudsman
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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 12 2007, 01:06:45pm

All my Kaims, i'm very sorry if my letters have realy hurt some of you. here are y true reasons for foing to the national and post.
I have set my intial message here on the forum for 3 times but was deleted 2 times. So I sent up a copy to Oseah Philemon and Daniel Kurambao to test if my message worth debating for the sake of transparency.

I do not have personal problems with PK or Stev, I'm from another district. But what I've relayed was me and my team for an awanrenss campagn was turned away but after a while he made that contribution to NA. So we concluded that he is sending money to where is interest. thats my complain!
Is that transparent? Honest?
Mi bin tok tasol but things are getting out when you are describing the studenst as big-heads, lack of understanding, you have not done it and so fort.

The money contribued was K5000. that was reported by both post courier and national. If they have wrongfully wrote that figure, than ask them to apologise to the MP. How can I prove that yu are right. The media here in Papua NEw Guinea (not japan) has printed that amount and we believed that.

'But once again, I do not have any personal gruts with PK or Stev. I respect PK and His son too but I cannot deny and hold back what is right for the majority of Engans.

And finally, You had your time in UPNG too and you have not done anything. The awareness thing has been abandoned by the Enga students over the last decade until this year we have revived it with hard work, determination and an eagerness to see a new Enga.
Dame Carol Kidu was our guest Speaker during our launching and our own Vice Chancellor Prof. Ross Hynes was there to witness.
Before the launching, The World Vision in collaboration with the National Aids Council has trained 22 of our students to be certified HIV/AIDS trainers. We have raised our own funds and majority of our students are in Enga right now to do the kick start.
We are not are bunch of big Headed boys as you have said. We are a determined group of young Engans with courage and the pride to serve our province in our own ways.

Thanks many

Enga Ombudsmsn

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[> [> Subject: Next time, accept corrections, Uni Schoolboy!


Author:
KLagaipT3
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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 12 2007, 04:49:54pm

UPNG Enga Schoolboy

You have been corrected by me THRICE on this forum before blowing the matter out of proportion by resorting to the media. As the self-proclaimed uni student you are, you should have accepted that the correction and rationale coming from me was legitimate as I am bound by blood to the MP you attempted to defame in the media. I even communicate with him regularly via Parliamentary e-mails and phone. But no, you stubbornly resorted to the media to vent your frustrations. The two local newspapers have been known to unprofessionally report whole unsubstantiated stories, and wouldn't you think it would be easier to misquote or misrepresent a mere number (K5000) rather than a whole story?!!

Mature and educated people should simply try to use the God-given common sense bestowed upon them. Besides that, you do not hold a professional ombudsman license to require a response from an elected representative of Parliament. Thus being a simple schoolboy you should at least see eye to eye with me, the son of the MP. How can you ever be an ombudsman or mature citizen if you cannot accept simple and authorized corrections?!

Not surprisingly, you have portrayed yourself to be an IMBECILE, with an IQ no better than a stubborn 3 year old baby, rather than one who openly seeks justice and truth. What is the difference between me publishing the facts compared to the MP's own executive officer? Didn't you understand the plain English laid out before you?! I have been in universities longer than you and I know when to accept authentic information coming from viable sources. You unfortunately cannot discern what is authentic or not, nor maybe, right or wrong!

Well, I must say you have made a laughingstock of yourself and peers at UPNG, before this Forum and the nation. And you have been justly rebuked might I add. I wonder what those students whom you needlessly listed in the newspaper think of you now? (I know some of them personally and I'm sure you won't be getting any moral support.) If you are so serious about combating social issues such as HIV/AIDS and tribal warfare, I would suggest you start with your own backyard. Preach to your tribes and communities and put a personally concerted effort to attract political and public attention. I'm sure your HIV/AIDS certified students hail from areas throughout the province so you can return to your respective towns and villages for the holidays to preach the message with a notebook in hand. You do not need to talk about money all the time! Engan MPs have their own policies and plans on how to curb the social issues inflicting their electorates and province, and they can simply overlook you without a care in the world. And believe me, after your unnecessary mumbling in the papers, I must say you have done more harm than good for your student body's cause. Believe me, I know firsthand that Polye, Kikala, Kaeok, Pundari and Ipatas have resolved NOT to entertain you students. Neither will you be recieving school fee subsidies next year (2008) apparently so keep striving in school and for your schoolboy's campaign initiative! I commend you for that!

As for me, I will focus on the issues on an electoral level through the Office of the Lagaip-Porgera MP.

KLagaipT3
12.12.2007

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[> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Enga Ombudsman
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Date Posted: Thu, Dec 13 2007, 05:07:18pm

Dear, Hon. Stephen Kikala, so now I know that you want to become a sort of Bertha Somare dublicate.......who always defends her own corrupt father in the media.
Bro, you are a different man. Try and live your life and help your father where possible. It seems that you are the one who is arguing for your father all the time. You must know that you PK is no longer your father, he is the father of the 80+ thousand in lagaip pogera and the province and the country as a whole. When a concern is raised, let him answer. It would be better if he does not answer to. Are you a answering addict or what?

Maybe your fat IQ has driven you beyond my little brain with my little IQ.

You must know that the names listed are the ones that are authorising me write. They are calling me to write what they think is best for Enga.
Engans must not be ruled by Drunkards and Poker machine policticians who are defended by their sons/daughters for personal gains.

Enga belongs to me. I must say what is right for the majority of the People.

Enga Ombudsman

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[> [> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Observer
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Date Posted: Thu, Dec 13 2007, 05:48:47pm

Mate, You are 100% right and majority of Engans are always with you so you advocate for Enga, we hate to see politicans sons and daughters are opening up their smart month and talk like see they have mandated to the haus tambaran instead of their fathers. They should just low themself and be like any others and let their father do the job for their electrote. Just a food for the thought.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Observer2
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Date Posted: Thu, Dec 13 2007, 07:12:10pm

Mate, I think your wrong. Steve has every right to protect his dad. Enga Ombuman has to accept the facts, and move on with life. Calling a national leader corrupt is serious allegation and shows how shallow-thinking and emotional Enga Ombuman is.

Who knows? Maybe Stev will work with his father for their electrate. Enga Ombudman has to settle down and stop being emotional. Just a food for thought for EO.

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[> [> Subject: Accept Corrections, Uni Schoolboy!


Author:
KLagaipT3
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Date Posted: Thu, Dec 13 2007, 06:25:21pm

Listen MR. IMBECILE

I am sick of you sidetracking from the issue and dwelling on irate emotions from lack of reasoning and stubbornness!

You better watch that mouth of yours!! You have absolutely no proof to prove my father "corrupt" as you say in a court of law. And what about your beloved Ipatas? Isn't he corrupt as well after being indicted in court during 2006? (Now I see where your grudges are coming from and I can sense a touch of envy!)

Neither the succeeding Somare Government nor the Ombudsman Commission and Transparency International have ever raised a finger or allegation against my father about his term as Secretary, SO WHO ARE YOU?! I have every right to protect my father so what's it to you? I observe by the tone of your emotions that you are simply jealous because you know deep down inside that you will always be an onlooker and Insignificant Being kissing those with bigger shoes so pay respect where due. For your info, and YOURS ALONE, I have never been on my father or the Enga Provincial Government's sponsorship and payroll unlike you begging for free handouts and campaign funds and then, dejectedly crying over being rejected. I was a corporate sponsoree (PJV/1999 -2001) at UPNG and have been a Jap Government scholar and employee to this very day (2002 - 2008: Postgrad, Masters, PhD)! So yes, you're damn right I'm proud that I have never relied on my father besides the rice and tinned fish he fed me with at home during my high school days. I have even sponsored him many times during the years after his sacking in 2003 and adhoc jobs.

I am sorry BUT AGAIN your jealousy and agony have blinded you!! The ISSUE (which you started) is that PK NEVER donated K5000 to Donald Kaiwi but rather it was the Kandep MP (Don Polye). Why don't you look around in POM and investigate. By stubbornly ignoring the facts without proper examination on your behalf, shows that you are only trying to defame and spread lies about a politician you can never be like. Don't you realize by now I could be telling the truth since you've recieved no public response from the MP's desk?! If you are really desperate, I would recommend you to give the MP a call at Vulupindi Haus or Parliament, speak to my friends at UPNG, or otherwise, or better still, SHUT UP!!

Mr. Embecile, I would recommend you come down to earth and accept the truth as I have relayed to you straight from the MP's lips!

I'm tired of you nagging like a woman!

KLagaipT3
13.12.2007

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[> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Enga Ombudsman
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 14 2007, 11:50:26am

Bro, I did not say your father is a corrupt man.
I refered to Somare who is a corrupt man.......... who is
always protected by his daughter -Bertha.

So my point was,I have asked you not to talk on behalf of your father.
When he was the elected as an MP, he is my father too.
When PK has put in the nomination fee, he has traded himself to be fathers of all, and I have the right to complain.......thats why I'm asking you not to interfer all the time when you hear anything...just anything about PK.
And my intitial complain was about" unfair, no transparency, self interest". If you would have got me right early, than you would have understood things. I don't care whether its K1000 or K5000 contributed. My point is:
He said 'sorry no money' today and tommorow you contributed to a body builder -son of the NA pres. Thats the whole story. I just can't understand you.
And finally, I'm not in support of Governor too. He has been found gulity of 16 charges and I do not support such man. I'm the Enga Ombudsman. Always KNOW THAT.

All I said was you STOP INTERFERING ALL THE TIME.

Anywhere I will stop here in a hope that u will listen and understand things.

Enga Ombudsman

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[> [> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Anul1
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 14 2007, 02:41:38pm

EO,

What's wrong with you?? Can't you like understand that PK donated that K1000.00 from his pocket money? I am personally ashamed of the way you are structuring your argument as it does not make sense even with the letters you wrote to the dailies. Olo man; that's his private personal money and he has the right to do whatever he wishes to do with his money. He preferred not to give his private money to you & ESA but to Donald Kiwai or whoever. Iyakae...yu pikinin blon man or wanem ya! It is obvious that PK did not give that K1000 from the electral fund. Don't you understand????????????????????????????

It's really sad to see you are so obsessed with pride and cannot accept correction. What kind of education are you learning at UPNG? We not only learn inside but outside as well.

Bro, please come to your sense and accept correction. The majority of Engans who view this forum (like myself) are watching.

By the way, naturally Steve has the right to defend his dad if he sees and feels that his natural dad is falsely accussed on the media of a thing that he did not commit.

PLEASE...I beg you to come to your sense. If you still want that K1000.00, let us know on a separate thread and we will all contribute to add up to that amount and you will shut your mouth.

If you are a real ombudsman, why not refer PK to the OC and TI???

Otherwise, I can sum up that you are just jealous of PK or Steve or their family or their achievements.

Wake-up buddy! And leave the Engan mentality behind if you really want to change Enga.

Cheers!
Anul1

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
TapuMalo
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 14 2007, 03:03:26pm

Fellows,

It's Christmas and I don't understand why some of you guys a still argueing and fighting.I am disgusted and appalled by the whole thread and sad that the lot of you have missed the very meaning of Xmas. It's a time of giving, forgiveness, reconciliation and celebration. Guys let go of it and go out there and enjoy Xmas with your families and loved ones. Christmas is too special to be wasted and get preoccupied with such issues.

With that, Steven if you are comming home this Xmas then I suggest we meet some place with EO, Pablo and all the countrymen/women who have argued and quarreled on this forum to set a date and meet some place in Pom or Wabag for a drink and reconciliation. That's just my idea but you have your rights, wherever you are, have a very Merry Christmas and think about what the Mighty Father in heaven did for us.

Christmas is just to precious to be wasted.

Blessings

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[> [> [> [> Subject: EO pen stret ya


Author:
Miok Rutz
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 14 2007, 05:56:14pm

TapuMalo

Nobody is supporting this idiot! Can't you see he is supporting himself?? Em pen stret ya!!

LagaipFan

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[> [> Subject: Accept my apologies!


Author:
KLagaipT3
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 14 2007, 03:28:34pm

Enga Ombudsman

It seems now that you are beginning to understand that unfounded accusations and allegations can cause harm to one's political reputation. PK is my father and was only elected to office recently with my financial backing (and public moral support) when he was in financial distress during the national elections. I believe in him and together we have big plans for our electorate (i.e. Laiagam High School, prethrum factory, hydro-electricity plan, mobile phone tower, BSP bank, etc.). And if he plays his card right this term, I intend to carry on his vision for our people's development and prosperity one day. He is my role model at a village, bureaucratic, academic and now, political level. You have to realize that you have erred greatly and deserve and need to be corrected;

1) You implied in the media that I, being a son of the MP, was benefitting from the MP's office, and living overseas because I somehow extorted money for my personal gain. WRONG! I have been here since you were in high school (2002) though I am blessed to have continued school consecutively.

2) I, there are communication mediums called the mobile phone and e-mail. That is how I communicate with PK to get my authentic and authorized information. I did not make these things up from where I stand in Tokyo!

3) You claimed that he donated K5000. I stand by my word as a credible representative and source of the MP himself! The two papers (long ago) had misquoted and misrepresented the facts. He donated only K1000! What part of this do you NOT understand? I have EVERY right to protect his credibility and reputation because I am unfortunate to bear his last name and you are indirectly causing undue shame and discredit to my family, his supporters and his office.

4) You must understand that K1000 is a significant portion of his salary (though affordable) and so what if he sacrifices to a fundraiser from his wallet? Is it your business? The EDF funds have not been released as at yet and currently MPs are preparing their 5-year electoral development plans for submission to the Office of Rural Development before things start rolling in early 2008. SO THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY PK COULD HAVE DIPPED HIS FINGERS IN THE PUBLIC COFFER TO SPEND ON SUCH NON-ELECTORAL AND PERSONAL EXPENSES! THERE ARE STINGENT RULES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES BEFORE FUNDS ARE RELEASED FOR ELECTORAL RELATED PURPOSES THROUGH THE RESPECTIVE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIONS!

PK was one of the engineers who created the Office of Rural Development and since his absence, it has gone defunct and has been abused by the Director, his deputy, and regional managers. That is why in early 2008, two departments heads are going to be replaced by another two more competent and with integrity.

PK is a publicly accountable now that he is a national leader and I am in a legitimate position to explain on his behalf as I remain one of his confidant and advisors. DO YOU THINK I AM MAKING UP THE WORDS THAT PK DONATED ONLY K1000?? HE TOLD ME SPECIFICALLY TO CORRECT YOUR LOSE TONGUE. If you had had the courtesy to approach me in a polite manner to seek my assistance on behalf of the UPNG Enga Students' Association (via Enga Wai Pii) I would have gone out of my way to assist you students by seeking funds from PK and the other Enga MPs. But no, you acted big in the media without accepting my corrections initially via this forum. No money is coming to you from any of the MPs, I can guarantee you that! So start buying notebooks, take notes from the HIV/AIDS Secretariat seminars and start preparing to ride a bike or go campaigning on foot (if you are so concerned and love your province as you have passionately proclaimed!) The MPs may already have their strategies and plans on how to attack HIV/AIDS and tribal warfare minus the help of the UPNG Enga students.

Next time have a little more respect and accept corrections from legitimate people and sources! You are a university undergrad student, and I would recommend you to accept correction because that is how we became better, wiser and responsible human beings.

ACCEPT MY APOLOGIES and I HEREBY RETRACT MY WORDS! YOU ARE NOT AN IMBECILE BUT A CREATURE OF GOD WHO DESERVES DIGNITY AND APPRECIATION! MY APOLOGIES!

Sincerely,

Stephen P. Kikala

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[> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
Enga Ombudsman
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 17 2007, 02:37:40pm

OKAY! OKAY! LET ME MAKE IT SHORT HERE.
Maybe I’ll stop here. I will not write to the dailies and talk about that issue in this forum again. I accept all your CRITICS AND CORRECTIONS. Let’s talk about other issues.

But before I clock off on that issue, I just want to announce that I will invite Steven Kikala and other interested persons like Anul, Miok Rut and etc. to come to the presentation of the Enga Student Association’s awareness report(i.e.: if you have time) here at UPNG (Main Lecture Theathre) at a later date. We will give our report to National Aids Council, World Vision, AusAid and many others business houses, academics, individuals, and students.
I just fought for one cause: And that is to fulfill ESA’s vision in combating HIV/AIDS and Tribal Fights in our LITTLE ways with our little brains.
Steven must know that I went to the dailies because you have said we were incompetent. We are not transparent and accountable. YES, YOU MAYBE RIGHT!!!
We will prove that to the some BIG time corporate agencies. You can come and witness that.
And on that money issue” How much is given is out of the topic. Whether it was K1000 or K5000 or K10 million, and whether it was from his wallet or bank or Electoral Fund or Electrical Fund is out of Enga Ombudsman’s concern.
My concern is “yesterday you said no money to your fellow Engans who look upon you and today you supported a sports man whose father is your boss.
That’s all my point all the way. Enga Ombudsman does not mark around.

Thanks and Keep tunning To Enga Wai Pii.


Enga Ombudsman
(Voice of the Voiceless

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[> [> Subject: Kyakal's private moni is his!


Author:
Miok Rutz
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 17 2007, 10:24:27pm

Wanem kain pininii ya! Again, is it yur business? Kyakal's private money is his own. Em les lon givim yu o univesti mangi, em wari blong em..Piss off, small boy EO and represzent yurself!! Grrreat pretendeer toktok olsem Kyakal corrupt na nau em painim toktok wantaim ol bebi toktok blo em!!!!!! Nogat sem blong yuu!!!! Blari kanaka..

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[> Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do


Author:
ybo kiak
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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 18 2007, 08:41:14am

Multi or EO, who ever you are, you better make yourself bussy in an ASian shop as a shop assistance for next year's beer allowance. I have read all your arguements and it does not qualify your stand and does not substantiate your perspective. It is not your business to mind ones' (PK) expenditure lists. Can't you even hide your face in shame when his son, SK tells you off with factual figures? SK is one of those academic elites in Enga,and should be respected for his statue as well. He might be right when he tells you he is the first consultant. I guess you shoulkd know who the Kyakala family is, before you propel your shallow and yet narrow arguements that does nothing but ignites hatred and draws negative impression on you, mr. multi EO.As SK have said, you have yet to finish schooling so you better concentrate on your school work and later when you become the boss in an enterprise, you can sponsor your elite association, because, you can't look beyond horizons to seek funds for such a activity. Otherwise, yoiu will be the next first person to complain for Ipatas' money to sponsor yourself for next academic year.

IKAE EMBA ELIA NAKAENGE, DARAMA EMBA YANA LAMA...

STEVE, NOKEN BISI LO KAIN LONGLONG NABAUT YA, WHO CAN"T EVEN ACCEPT CORRECTIONS AND DON'T KNOW HOW TO APOLOGIZE. THEIR BRAINS ARE NARROW!! YOU'VE GOT BIG THINGS FOR YOUR PEOPLE TO WORRY ABOUT, BRO.

YBO KIAK

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