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Date Posted: Wed, Feb 28 2007, 02:06:01pm
Extract from Sunday Chronicles, page 11, 18 Feb 2007. May be of interest for the up and coming elites of Enga??
Personally, I despise such short-sighted political leaders who use their mandated position to become bottlenecks in the way of progress. Especially Engan leaders like Don Polye and Sam Abal should stop interfering into appointments that are due only on merits.Lupari is one sucessfull Engan who deserves nothing but the best as demonstrated by the father of the nation in way of recommending Isaac Lupari as the 3rd person to the most envied postion. These two ministers should have
gone out of their way to endorse such undisputedly, the best and capable Son of Enga. what a joke?
I appeal to the people of Enga, especially Wabag and Kandep to know what these two ministers are continually doing to suppress your sons and daughters’ futures.
It is a timely reminder to the peopie of Enga that it’s not only Isaac Lupari that has suffered in the hands of these MP’s but there are other Departmental Heads, CEOS, Board Members, etc. that our MPs have also failed to support.
In fact, being a typical Engan, some of these affected CEOs have successfully battled it out in court and have won their cases white others are still fighting on.
My advice to these great professional leaders is to lift up your heads and fight on as only the truth will set you free and true justice will prevail.
Typically, in such times, you know very well, that your tribesmen, relatives and the silent majority of your peer group are morally supportiveand behind you.
Much as been said about the Sepik tsunami with the allocation/appointment of CEOs, Departmental Heads
and Administrators but nothing has been openly expressed about the silent Engan “warfare”,
To date, Our Engan MPs have done nothing tangible but only brought in their hidden “weapons of war” and are going around killing those long aspiring professional leaders.
The MPs are yet to support those young leaders recognised and endorsed by internationally reputed recruiting agents in the name of independence and transparency but God knows what happens behind the scenes.
Just for once, when will you as an elected MP’s demonstrate to the few Engans who are at the top cream of the work force that you do care and value us for our achievements?
Having said that may I also challenge the Engan MP’s over their contribution? Can you reveal to the public whom you (as an elected MP of Enga) have pledged and supported as a CEO, administrator, departmental dead, board chairman or member to various boards, etc. during your term in office? On the contrary, the names of CEOs, administrators, departmental heads, board chairman/members to various boards, etc that have lost their jobs during the Iast four years has gone past a dozen and potentially increasing?
Finally, for these very reasons, whether we like it or not, or whether we loose or win, we are bound to leaat out good jobs to face the very people that gave you the mandate.
Like all games known to man, there is only one winner .... but at least that is only a manifestation of our frustrations culminated over the years.
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