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|Subject: Re: Enga students are doing what MPs should do
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 17 2007, 02:37:40pm
In reply to:
's message, "Enga students are doing what MPs should do" on Fri, Dec 07 2007, 11:20:56am
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.
(Voice of the Voiceless
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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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