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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 emonsterf in Enga?
gPublofsh 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 correctedh 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 MPfs son are fictitious, negative and biased.
Generally Publo is right in alleging that MPsf kids are overseas. Most MPsf 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 gcorrectedh. A genuine university student would appreciate gcorrectionh. 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 kidh. 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 relativesh. 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 donft know how you intend to gtackleh the two-headed monster in Enga?
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