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PNG Needs Good Leaders

January 9 2007 at 3:35 PM
 

Anonymous, I agree with your view. PNG is desperately in need of leaders who are driven by the national agenda. Many political leaders are found wanting in terms of service delivery, profitable debate in Parliament and advancing and managing public policy. Wasted years in Parliament?

For a greenhorn to exert noticeable impact in the political arena despite operating from the periphery of the political power circle, this young and enterprising politician from Eastern Highlands has done exceptionally well. Goroka Electorate should do every thing within law to retain him. He is an asset to politics in PNG.

Over to you olgeta Apo bílong mi in Goroka Electorate. Tru ave.

 
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hoho

Re: PNG needs good leaders

January 21 2007, 3:50 PM 

What has Bire done to Goroka??/heheheh. The town is falling apart, the roads are beyond irrepairable shape (though sealed from DPI to Red Corner-hehehe), the drainage system, old black bucket system prevails, influx of settlements, and law and order, immigration and name it. Even the places near the town do not have electricity, sealed roads and aid posts.....and more. The roads to Zaukave, Rothmans, Asaroka, and Notofana is a pity and more. I can not recall his voice for Goroka electorate to promote the above..Tell me if you know.

Bire is a great man with wisdom and knowledge which complements his leadership but does he has vision for his people he represents. He deserve my vote now but at least he must serve the people he represent nationally, provincially and electoraly.

It is good to have promising national leaders but pitty to see their back yards with sheds. Good promising leaders grow with stability and balance performance so lets make it grow.

We need practical leadership in all aspects of politics. May be it might change this time.

motaneve.


    
This message has been edited by 7milebeach on Jan 22, 2007 6:11 AM


 
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Bire Kimisopa Must Be Returned as Goroka MP

January 23 2007, 3:14 PM 

Hoho, you have volunteered to enlist under the banner of social idealists who have cultivated an insatiable proclivity to denigrate Bire Kimisopa using law and order issues and public infrastructure maintenance as vehicles to sustain their arguments.

Urbanization is of universal occurrence; however, on the home front urban drift has drastically reconstructed Gorokaís physical and social geography and has radically transformed its uniquely conservative traditional and socio-economic structures. Coming to the heels of the issue, to rebuild Gorokaís battered image, civil authorities, state institutions, the private sector, indigenous landowners, social theorists and private citizens must take ownership. Given this historical context, the whole gamut of those in authority must clearly define and map out the social and economic issues affecting Goroka urban and rural accurately so that it can be managed effectively with the limited resources available.

Bire Kimisopa, in less than 4 years, has captured the political limelight in PNG; he has successfully rewritten cultural narratives and reconstructed distorted perceptions on the leadership capabilities of politicians from EHP. In fact, Bire Kimisopa has elevated the socio-political profile of Goroka to such an extent that Hoho and his cavalry of critics should be resigned to assisting Goroka maintaining him. If Bireís performance in international forums, at the nation and local levels is any indication of his vision to see a prosperous PNG emerge in the next 30 years; it appears that Hohoís ignorance of the social and political development taking place in Goroka is inexcusable.

Bire has provided political will and direction for Goroka thus the onus is now on its citizenry to collaborate under a unified vision: Bire must return as Goroka MP in June.

 
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hoho

Return of Goroka MP

January 24 2007, 4:43 AM 

Gimiyeu, you have classified me as a socialist,,,hehehehe. I am a socialist. What are you? Our countryman Bire is a great leader and also deserves critics to help him from a socialist view. Don't you think that he is immune to critics?? After all what is the objective of a leader??? It is to serve the people (social beings)and lead. He has proved to serve his people without fear or favor for this term and will surely continue in the next term. However, you have failed to realise that criticism helps a man to identify his weakness. Do not be a follower of good deeds but stop and think and judge for yourself.

Also, don't you ever point your finger to the government to tackle social issues. The government is right infront of you and deserves to deliver the basic social services. My friend, think again because changes comes from criticism. Therefore let me stress again that he has to deliver tangible social services in his second term. He deserves my vote and also from all the Goroka people.


 
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Re: Return Bire Kimisopa

January 24 2007, 9:42 AM 

Continuity in political leadership for Goroka electorate is a major challenge for voters since the first House of Assembly in 1964. However, in 2007 many people in EHP would like to return some of the current MPís because they are seen to be delivering basic services.

In terms of service delivery, Bire Kimisopa has done very well taking into consideration his ability to maneuver within the bureaucratic jungles of Waigani. Road sealing in Goroka, Womenís Resource Centers, School Fees Assistance Scheme, Yumi Yet Bridge in Heuwe and Lapeigu-Heuwe, 22 computers for Goroka District Schools, to name only a few, are benchmarks in service delivery within 4 1/2years. In terms of debate in Parliament, he is outstanding from among the politicians from EHP. He is an excellent ambassador for EHP; the MSG summit in Goroka in 2005 is a classic example.

Golezanimo and Hoho, without argument, Goroka has an excellent leader in Bire Kimisopa. All Gorokans need to rise above petty politics for a better future for our children. Bire Kimisopa is not in the inner circle of the political power house engine room so Goroka cannot expect miracles from him. He has done extremely well in terms of commanding respect from among his peer politicians and senior statesmen despite operating from the periphery of the power circle.

Hoho, constructive and not destructive criticism is what Bire and other politicians from EHP desperately require. Socialistic or capitalistic ideologies are immaterial at this critical juncture. Continuity in political leadership in all 8 electorates of EHP, and well supported by the social and economic sectors will witness the emergence of EHP as the premier province in the Highlands Region

As a matter of public concern, Goroka desperately needs to maintain Bire Kimisopa

 
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Re: Return Bire Kimisopa

January 24 2007, 9:49 AM 

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Re: Return of Goroka MP

January 24 2007, 10:22 AM 

Continuity in political leadership for Goroka electorate is a major challenge for voters since the first House of Assembly in 1964. However, in 2007 many people in EHP would like to return some of the current MPís because they are seen to be delivering basic services.

In terms of service delivery, Hoho deliberately chooses to be blind. Bire Kimisopa has done very well taking into consideration his ability to maneuver within the bureaucratic jungles of Waigani. Road sealing in Goroka, Womenís Resource Centers, School Fees Assistance Scheme, Yumi Yet Bridge in Heuwe and Lapeigu-Heuwe, 22 computers for Goroka District Schools, to name only a few, are benchmarks in service delivery within 4 years as Goroka MP. In terms of debate in Parliament, he is outstanding from among the politicians from EHP and, let alone, the Highlands Region. He is an excellent ambassador for EHP; the MSG summit in Goroka in 2005 is a classic example.

Gimiyeu Hantena and Hoho, without argument, Goroka has an excellent leader in Bire Kimisopa. Maintaining good political leadership must transcend political, historical and social barriers to secure a better future for our children. It is an accepted fact that Bire Kimisopa is not in the inner circle of the political power house engine room so Goroka cannot expect miracles from him. However, he has done extremely well in terms of commanding respect from among his peer politicians and senior statesmen despite operating from the periphery of the power circle.

As for Hoho, constructive and not destructive criticism is what Bire and other politicians from EHP desperately require; and on the other hand, Socialism is on the decline while Capitalism continues to predominate in the East and West.

Continuity in political leadership in all 8 electorates of EHP, and well supported by the social and economic sectors will witness the emergence of EHP as the premier province in the Highlands Region

As a matter of public concern, Goroka desperately needs to maintain Bire Kimisopa

 
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