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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 27 2006, 10:39:28am
Pundari has proven in his full 10-year reign as MP for Ambum Kompiam that he lacked the essential brainpower, common sense and the wit to deliver any tangible development for this electorate.
The road infrastructures at Kompiam and Ambum respectively are in tatters. He did absolutely nothing solid to leave any noticeable legacy behind.
The good wolf in sheep’s' skin amazed enough wealth for his own with blatant disregard for what he publicly proclaims he believes in.
Not only he a semi-educated Grade 12 drop out but also he lacked the qualities of what constitutes as a leader.
He should shut up and get himself busy with his empire that he has built up from stolen funds that were intended for the people.
It makes one to throw up when such so-called man thinks that, he fit the bill to be an MP again as if the role belongs to his grandfather.
Pissed to the bone.
Ambum Kompiam Voter
Pundari backs Ipatas’ PM bid
By ISAAC NICHOLAS
TWO fierce rivals in Enga politics have decided to bury the hatchet and joined forces for next year’s general elections.
Former deputy prime minister John Pundari and Enga governor Peter Ipatas have join forces to run under new political party – People’s Party – in the hope of forming the next government and returning the first Prime Minister from Enga province.
“John Pundari has been my great opponent, a rival who challenged me in the regional seat in the last elections.
“But Mr Pundari will now be a candidate for the Kompiam Ambum Open seat,” Mr Ipatas said.
He said Mr Pundari, a former deputy prime minister and National Parliament speaker, would be an asset to People’s Party.
He is now the chairman of the party’s fundraising committee.
“We are no longer rivals but partners,” Mr Ipatas said.
Mr Pundari said Christmas “was a time when people celebrate the spirit of love, forgiveness and respect for one another”.
“Four years ago, we experienced that, we set aside our differences and decided to work together,” Mr Pundari said of his withdrawal of the election petition in the courts challenging Mr Ipatas’ election win.
“Our people are bigger than our differences. Our country is bigger than what we might have against each other. Our differences have been buried. We are bigger than our small problems,” Mr Pundari said.
He said ending their differences “will foster greater benefits in the leadership that both will provide and work together for the common good of the people”.
“I don’t see that its pays to allow pride and what you think to break what you can do together.”
Mr Pundari said he did not see any reason why Mr Ipatas cannot become the prime minister and would give him all the support to achieve that.
“The office of the prime minister is of high calling and Mr Ipatas has every qualification and experience.”
Mr Ipatas supported that statement, claiming that he came through from the “bottom” – from local level government level to national politics and knows the real problems facing the people.
“What I can provide in the province and I have done it, I can do it for the country,” he said.
The governor said he had observed that over the years when others run the country, “they were not decisive enough”.
“I run the council for 17 years and the province for the last 10 years without instability.”
“I believe, I have the experience, I know what the people want and we will provide that after the 2007 elections,” Mr Ipatas said.
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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 27 2006, 03:22:28pm
hahahaha.. politics as usual in Enga. Did you know that Ipatas paid Pundari off, when Pundari took Ipatas to court over the Enga Regional Seat??? Money can do wonders...
Money can make someone sell their integrity as a person, sure enough Pundari, once a Deputy Prime Minister sold his integrity for money. Public knowledge, isnt it. All alone we anticipated his resurrection to contest the Ambum Kompiam open and not against his former rival turned money made best buddy (Ipatas).
He sure is building an empire in Port Moresby, but, people say stolen things dont have the same taste as those that comes out of your sweat.
I agree with your remarks, dont vote in wolfs in sheep skin.
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