I have read and know of people being scammed of their hard earned cash. I once came across a nursing office from Enga telling drs and nurses at PMGH that there was a large amount of gold ready to be airlifted out of Pogera but the owner wanted "investors" to help hire the chopper. These "investors" were promised 100-200% returns! I knew this was a scam of some sort but was more surprised and even shocked to learn that some drs and nurses did gave their money to her.
Did these people ever get any returns? NIL. The last I heard, the investors were looking for the particular nurse who disappeared!
Everytime I read or hear such scams, I just wonder, WHO IS THE BIGGER FOOL?
These scams are mordern day cargo cult. People must by know learn that THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS MONEY FOR NOTHING. You sweat, you have food. No sweat, no gain.
Are these kind of scams flourishing in PNG because we have beome lazy and seeking the easy way out in our efforts to reach the level of civilization and life style achived by western countries through years of hard work and even wars?
I feel sorry for the poor villagers. Their little understanding of mordern financial transactions also makes them a prey to scammers such as this candidate. Such people do not even deserve to be even circulating in the community.
Just remember - there is no such thing as a free lunch!
Date Posted:Thu, Jul 05 2007, 09:12:18pm
Governor Peter Ipatas and his "Plastic Party" is being destroyed at this very moment. It seems Polye's policy of counting in various venues outside of Wabag as been put into effect.
Lagaip/Porgera and Kandep votes are being counted at the Porgera mine site at this very instant. Ambum/Kompiam and Wapenamanda votes are being counted in Wapenamanda while Wabag votes at the Wabag Top-Up School.
At this very moment, NA Candidate for Lagaip/Porgera Open Philip Kapus Kikala is leading by a couple of thousands.
Fr. Robert (Thanks for the news)
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Date Posted:Fri, Jul 06 2007, 12:41:23am
thanks for the note. I hope to hear more from home, Enga and I pray it will be a peaceful election. So much had been mentioned in the media but they are rather general. Anyone from Enga, could you be kind enough to give us the updates of what is happening in Enga. It will be an honor for you to let us, your fellow Engans know.
Again thanks for your precious time to let us know what is happening there.
Date Posted:Fri, Jul 06 2007, 11:23:47am
What I read on the Papers contradicts your message that counting already begun at Porgera Mine Site for Lagaip Porgera and Kandep Electorates. On the Papers all votes are going to be counted at Wabag once voting is completed all thoughout the province.
Kindly Mr. Ulutainge or anyone shed light on this please.
Date Posted:Fri, Jul 06 2007, 11:35:44am
What you read in the papers is untrue and maybe outdated because the NEC/Cabinet had made and gazetted a decision to have counting in Enga deployed to 3 different venues.
Currently, votes for Lagaip/Porgera and Kandep are being counted at the Porgera Mine Site at this very instant. Call home if you want to find out more for Wabag or any other electorate besides the two just mentioned.
Date Posted:Fri, Jul 06 2007, 04:04:09pm
I don't believe you when you say counting is happening in Porgera. I just read in the papers that the Electoral commissioner has decided that counting will be done in Wabag. It just suprises me when you say Philip Kiakala is leading by a couple of thousand votes, when did counting start at Porgera? I didn't even see anything like that in the dailies.
I am hoping you're not bluffing as I wish they did count the votes at Porgera.
Date Posted:Tue, Aug 14 2007, 05:43:17pm
ulutage at mine site must be a primitive
who bribed the selection panel with a pig and misleading the elites of enga.
next time such stupids like ulutages must not write
because there is a computer infront of you.