NA on chest beat drama for nothing
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Date Posted: Wed, May 16 2007, 05:14:47pm
viewpoints - Wednesday 16th May , 2007
So what is Petromin going to do for PNG?
Petromin is the rebirth of Orogen Minerals that was sold to Oil Search by the Mekere Government.
This sale formed part of the financial and superannuation reforms package undertaken by the Mekere Government, including the sale of PNGBC and as well as changes to the NPF, now NASFUND.
These reforms have helped the turnaround of the PNG economy for the better, otherwise the economy could have gone to its lowest levels, thus becoming a failed state.
Sir Mekere, including those around him at that time (Anderson Agiru included) are the heroes and saviours of this country, whether the citizens of this nation know it or not. The privatisation of PNGBC was the cornerstone of this country's foundation to economic success because it (PNGBC) was the “milking cow” for corrupt PNG businessmen and politicians.
How they benefited? PNGBC gave them big...big... millions in loans and after a while, ran back to the Government to “write-off” as bad debts, and so on! Sir Mekere saved this country from sinking!
And this NA and Somare did nothing and I mean nothing for this country but he is claiming “big man” tactics and doing his “chest beating” around the country with this unsustainable so-called “free education” dream.
Back to Petromin ... a private consultant, believed to be a son of a white missionary born and raised in the Sepik has been engaged by the Grand Chief, the father of this nation, Sir Michael Thomas Somare on millions of kina as private consultant to revamp the Orogen concept.
And as yet the PM is not satisfied, appointing his cousin, Joshua Kalinoe to head Petromin.
Jobs for the boys, isn’t it?
And guys ... the election is due in June so let us all make educated and rational decisions when going to the polls.
We can have millions and thousands in properties or bank accounts but leadership is very important.
They provide the fence and security to our future and our children’s future.
We must vote for political parties and candidates under colourful people like Sir Mekere Morauta, Bart Philemon, Sir Rabbie Namaliu and Anderson Agiru for Southern Highlands regional seat.
We must make a change in this coming election if we are to put PNG back on the road to recovery.
PNG is tired of recycling old politicians, it is time for new blood to take the lead.
– Kali Walu
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