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Subject: Re: Mathew Parep for Enga Regional


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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 07:55:32am
In reply to: Naimain 's message, "Mathew Parep for Enga Regional" on Wed, May 23 2007, 04:13:51pm

KK,

Since you so consumed with the idea that its by Luck that a leader is chosen, I am of the opinion that;
1. You do not understand the qualities and values of being leader.
2. In the process of debating over this trival Luck issue, you've brought shame to Mr. Parep (Whom you think is trying out is luck).

Re-read what Cool_Guy1 as posted above.If you do no comprehend this level of discussion with respect to your view of 'Luck Political Leaders' ............. no wonder some of you are still lost.

SpotLight

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61, Aipus, Wabag
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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 08:30:42am

People campaigning with the hope of winning with luck should not be considered for any political post in Enga. Such people will only drive Enga backwards due to little or no understanding of politics and how to go about providing the necessary environment for development in our province. As educated Engans, those of us who can read and write the whiteman's language, we should really understand politics better than our poor relatives back home. If we identify or think certain intending candidates are in it for luck which certainly is for their own personal benefits, then we should educate our people not to vote for them. These candidates will not develpo Enga. Instead they will be in to build their own empires just like all past candidates including Peter Ipatas have done.

Having said, I don't think Mathew Parep should be voted in to be Enga Governor. Of course I was a student at UPNG when Mathew Parep was the NUS president but with a degree and the little experience as the NUS president is insignificant for anyone to run for Enga Regional seat. I don't know where Mathew Parep has been employed and I don't what kind of public or private sector experience he has. IF he has some and if some of you know please note it down here so that we may all know.

Sapos nogat, the only way Enga can develop is to vote in the most suitable candidate out of the current field of candidates to be our Governor. Peter Ipatas has had his chance, it is now time for another Engan. A more educated and experienced ENgan to take over.

61
Aipus
Wabag

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