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Subject: Wabag Open 2007 GE


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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 04:59:02pm

Wabag Open
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1.Sakarawan Lomas Samuel Tulipet
2. Dr. Samuel Kopamo - Peoples Heritage Party
3.Maso Samai
4.Pato Potane - Peoples Party
5.A1 Anton Wanggae - National Advance Party
6.Simon Robert - SAP
7.Philip Nere
8. Micros Nea Apak
9. David Kandiu Kaiti
10.Dr. Minal Keoa Marinki
11. Kandato Kyagali
12. Wialu Sakatao
13.John Kapi - PNG National Party
14.Johnnah Jonnes Kuringin
15. Samuel Tei Abal - NA
16. Malipu Yakali - NGP
17.Irai Isaac Perano -PDM
18. Daniel Don Kapi - PANGU
19. Julie Daniel - PNG First Party

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[> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Miss Enga 2007!
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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 07:38:23pm

Dr. Samuel Kopamo - Peoples Heritage Party & Anton Wanggae - National Advance Party.... Tambu ya kaaaarrrrr! Vote 1!

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[> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Miss Enga 2007!
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Date Posted: Fri, May 25 2007, 02:46:55pm

Engan Lenge...u are correct!!! He has a good history!

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


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Sam Abal?
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Date Posted: Wed, May 30 2007, 05:56:59pm

This forum is said to be a forum of intellectualls and
i hope all of you above have miss enga and enga lenge read the dailly newspapers.
I read from the mell research insitute and other private and state owned think tanks like UPNG and NRI have rated
Samuel Tei Abal, the former diplomat and the son of the First Opposition Leader as the best performing minister in his short period as a minister.
He was rated together with Bire Kimisopa, Dame Carol Kidu and a few others.
He did not give me anything but the nation can respect him as a honest and credible leader...why we want to change him? Engans please engans...noken kamap kanakae ya plis. Inap long mipela kisim sem. Inap na larim em stap!!!

Currently, we do not need highly educated people like Kopamu or Shake-up man like Wanton Wangae. The nation needs a man of wisdom, a honest man, a man who loves all people, a man who do not want corruption, a man who does not drink beer or womanise, a man who can give hope to the nation. Kopamu can replace Sam but Sam is Okay. Teaching in a high level of insitution is serving the country at the high level too. Go back to Uni and work. Plis noken bagarapim name bilong you.
I think son of Tei Abal has shown his colours in the last two years.
It would be a sin or being a kanaka not to support Abal.
Sam is even fit to become the next PM.
Vote 1 for Samuel.

tok tasol...Only the nature will decide.



Kikuli Creek

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Sikita Tomape
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 12:04:31pm

Anton Wangae names was used for comparative purposes and that was totally unwarranted. Don't understand what you meant by 'shake-up' guy but he is nicknamed AI Guys. Samuel Abal surely has his reputation for the successes in his chosen field. Anton Wangae is an achiever in his own right and has come to put his hand up for the people of Wabag to decide. He has made him self available just like Abal, Potane and Kefamo. The Wabag open seat as you know is noone's birth right and thus, anyone from Wabag meeting the constititional requirements can vie.

The use of the term 'shake-up' denoted a very negative image of a person (Anton Wangae) highly regarded in the corporate world so in the future, never make such destructive inferences. If you support Abal, someone whom I honestly think rides on the reputation of his late father and who has been escorted to victory by Ipatas, you state your remarks praising him alone.

Oh by the way if you saw A1 Guys shake up in a dance place or elsewhere, you would noticed that he is very controlled. In any case, the man is a human and he must enjoy his life just like any one else.

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


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Sorry for that
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 01:16:10pm

Well, Sikita..soory for the inconvinence. I"m actauuly from the Ambum Valley who loves this great man..Sam Abal.
If you think he is a right man..then we should not even
stand against him.
But sorry for calling Anton Wangae a such name.

Kukupae

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[> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
kongs kali alfred (why??)
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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 08 2007, 11:30:27am

hi,miss Enga, why not Dr.Kopamo and STA......
kaaaarrrrrr...bamb...vote 1 ya....

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Miss Enga 2007!
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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 08 2007, 02:19:36pm

Hahaha...u save pinis ya!!!

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[> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Engan Lenge
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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 11:38:11pm

Dr Samuel Kopamu is the man, very humble, considerate and knowledgeable. People have been talking about Clement Waine; Engans, Dr Kopamu is a silent achiever. Someone who also contributed to the field of algebra in mathematics and named as Enga ........(something). He rejected offers to teach in Italy, UK, etc. He loves his country, the people and Enga. He does not boast and pretend a bit. Those who have been to Unitech should have seen him, he has been a true role model.

Sorry, no offence to anyone. I'm truly making these comments because, I was humble by his characteristics in every aspects during Unitech days.

Tok save tasol, decision bai yu wokim.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
S apakali (Awain Blut)
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 06:20:26am

Is this the Samuel Kopamu that we know in UOT? haaaaaaaaaaaaa, he likes to isolate himself . He does not even stop to say hi.....or hello and etc......He doesn't even have a second to say hi/hello to the fello uni Engan students so why should we waste our precious time to vote for this man.
Now, let me point something here, ppl, how do you feel when someone you know just ignore you not even say alimando, yogam......... when expected ,honest I feel like a shit by my tutor/friend/relative.....who are very ignorant/ good pretenders with no good reasons.

So I won't give my vote to him even he is knowledegable or whatever........may be he has time for his wantoks only and not for ppl like us.
You must know that just a word, a word of "hello" and a "smile" can make you to have more friends and votes......

S apakali

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[> [> [> Subject: ello ello ello ello


Author:
Sari Songster (Tra lala hip hop)
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 06:32:45am

ello ello ello
I call out each day
ello ello ello
I wish my pals to be gay
ello ello ello
now you heard me greet
when we meet
in the street
or out in the heat
ello ello ello
So please don't ignore me
when we pass in the street
just sing out
ello ello ello
and all will be mellow

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[> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
KK
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Date Posted: Sun, May 27 2007, 01:45:08pm

Samuel is coming back. He is quite a good leader and not a bigmouse like DK.

KK

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[> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 09:34:01am

Samuel Kopamu is a PhD holder of Mathematics and teaches at the University of Technology in Lae. His former uni students rates him "exceptionally intelligent". He makes even the hardest concepts simple and easy to understand.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
S apakali (Awain Blut)
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Date Posted: Thu, May 31 2007, 06:51:03pm

Is this the Samuel Kopamu that we know in UOT? haaaaaaaaaaaaa, he likes to isolate himself . He does not even stop to say hi.....or hello and etc......He doesn't even have a second to say hi/hello to the fello uni Engan students so why should we waste our precious time to vote for this man.
Now, let me point something here, ppl, how do you feel when someone you know just ignore you not even say alimando, yogam......... when expected ,honest I feel like a shit by my tutor/friend/relative.....who are very ignorant/ good pretenders with no good reasons.

So I won't give my vote to him even he is knowledegable or whatever........may be he has time for his wantoks only and not for ppl like us.
You must know that just a word, a word of "hello" and a "smile" can make you to have more friends and votes......

S apakali

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
Shirley-cast your vote to Sam Abal
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Date Posted: Mon, Jun 11 2007, 01:42:07pm

I hope you will cast your vote to
Sam Abal.

Awain yango

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[> Subject: Re: Wabag Open 2007 GE


Author:
alfred kongs (right man)
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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 08 2007, 11:24:08am

he is the right man. why try him?

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