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Subject: Re: Mother Enga

Yandapone Ex Diwai (Kaim you missed the point)
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Date Posted: Wed, Aug 23 2006, 03:16:58pm
In reply to: Kaim 's message, "Re: Mother Enga" on Wed, Aug 23 2006, 01:12:00pm

Kaim, a well written epistle. I agree with you that Fr. Robert is exceptional in standing out as a true son of Enga, unlike other public figures in the Church. I salute Fr. Laka.

However, you have missed the point Fr. Robert had mentioned in his articles so far. He had pointed out that education is free and every one is entitled to it. This is the melody of human right to have access to education, not free education as melodic. Besides, it is not a Ipatas Theory. I remember as mentioned by my father, it was the Late Balakau's initiative which was carried out by the current government and because it is carried around, any educated fool and a learned idiot would be carried away by the Ipatas saga of free education in Enga.

Fr. Robert was right. Every toea counts in every spending. If Ipatas is spending so much, then why can't these hundreds come back and contribute, offer better advice to Ipatas and move the province. It is true that educated people can look for jobs anywhere, but then you missing the point Fr. Robert mentioned; the so called educated WOULD TAKE FOR GRANTED WHAT WAS SPENT ON THEM.

Oh by the way, Wabag town is connected to the digital world as you said, what a irony to what I have experienced this month on my way to the show. Check your facts!

Yandopone Ex Diwai

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Date Posted: Wed, Aug 23 2006, 05:25:00pm

I did state that education is being subsidized (not wholly free) not exactly free. Itís subsidized. Also hinted that, it's acclaimed and well received, contrary to a minority's view. People should be the judge themselves on who fares better among those names that you mentioned. I have no personal shake in this so I wonít take sides just for the pure shake of it.

I did also point out that, the policy is good with a parallel analysis of what education was like during our days and how it is like today. It wasn't put there to conjure anything unwanted but in hindsight spells out the economic capability of the real home based people who make up Enga - the subsistence farmers.

I detest going tete-a-tete on an issue, which is well not understood and read. Taking education for granted wasn't encouraged. That's an overstated view.

On the digital telephone connectivity in Wabag, it would be pointless for me to argue further after I have clearly stated a definite time that the system was installed and commissioned and amount that was committed for the system to be put in place. This isn't heresy but what's on the ground. It's up and working as we speak. If you had any problem with the phone system in Wabag, email me and we'll see what we can do about it (if really there was any issue at all).


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