Engan Kambi Lege
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Date Posted: Thu, Jan 04 2007, 10:36:13am
Lets be frank with this subject, definitely Ipatas can not be a Prime Minister, the responsible is huge. You are talking about PNG's pinning social issues, sustainable development, etc, and PNG in the Global Economic Village. Those time of Village Chiefs (VC)dreaming of becoming a PM is long gone, even for VCs being a MP should be an activity of the past. But Ipatas has good personality, confidence, but he does not have the credentials. He has been a good Governor, and that best suits him at this time. But there is yet more room for improvement and development in Enga. He should humble himself and take on board best advisors (fellow engans) to develop Enga for the better.
Polye is a talented young leader, but 'Spy',your posting is an observation people may take. I also have couple of observation of him. Firstly, I would prefer to know how often does he goes to Kandep. Secondly, he lacks deep thoughts, driven by emotions, excited and being unrealistic. Think deep before coming public, Polye cannot castrate rapist, etc. Hopefully experience may come with time.
But for a good prosperous PNG, Bart Philemon seems the bright one, but I personally dislike his idea of recycling leaders, especially to bring on board leaders who were seen to be mismanaging in the past.
But Engans need to talk about Enga. Why we can not put our heads together and aim for a better Enga. Are we going to wait until you become the next action Governor. We need to Think and Learn as if we will live for 100 years and, Live as we will die tomorrow. Someone once said, 'Tragedy of Life is not that we Die but What Dies in us While we Live'. Tomorrow may never come for our honest contribution, lets work together for the better Enga now.
I disgaree that systems shape and fail leaders. I wouldn't be a mere machine driven by sordid pursuits. We compromise our principals for short term gains. In life, visionaries bring the good issues of life into their store house that will mold he/she a person he/she longs for. Joe Blow does not see the issues of life the same as you see. There are sons and daughters of Enga out there, call them home to build Enga for the better.
What is this so called Engan culture, I hate to hear Engans saying this. Enga is sensitive but the most only coloured culture and language in the country. I have travelled PNG, and Engans are still the sensible people and Enga will truely flourish one day. It requires the activities of a TRUE HONEST Hearted Engan leader that will touch the hearts of fellow Engans and change will start.
Engan Kambi Lege
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