Priests have set good examples
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 29 2006, 02:50:45pm
Observer, your argument is also shallow. So far those so called "born again" leaders have fallen into the greed of missuse. Others ended up in prision. The priests who have contributed alot are noted: The late Fr. Robert Lak had been accussed for what was not true, later it was told that the woman (named) mentioned that it was framed. He was asked to take a ministerial post, he refused to be with his people. Sir Ignatius Kilage, a priest had done well, after being the governor general. The Late Lui Ambane had nothing left in his personal account. Mind you, the vehicle he used was the red suzuki given to him by the bishop when he was serving as priest, was the ONLY VEHICLE parked under his house when he passed away. The priests and other concern people revealed that he had no major deposits into his personal account, only his salary. It has been told by many that, he was in Simbu, rather then in POM. Checubim led well and went back to priesthood. He set a path that other leaders ought to follow
Give the priest who may be intending a chance and see what he can do. Ordinary people in the villages of Enga whose rights and services have been deprived for so long, need a change. They also have expressed sentiments as mentioned here, true enough, Enga has only few priest, but of the few that we have, if one can make a difference for the people of Enga, why not he. We learn from mistakes, at the same time, we can excel. I still believe that the so called priest who wants to contest might make a difference. HE MAY HAVE SMELLED SOMETHING STINGY and wants to clear up the mass if it might be God's will. God uses people to change people. Only God rights straight in crooked lines. I for one am for him and yes, I will campaign for him, no matter what educated fools would give agruments, based on personal reflections rather then ordinary people's opinion. Educated fools have neglected the people, only a shephard's heart would care for his flock, so as the priest of Enga. I speak the heart of the neglected Christians of Enga.
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