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September 22 2011 at 8:11 PM
Lau Madi 

CONTRACT NO. NCDC-2011-01 VALUE: K58,575,086.90

Copies of 15% Down Payment Claim of K8.7 Million by Global Construction are now being exposed to the public. This claim has now been paid out by NCDC for the 800 metres length of civil and up grading works from 5 mile Service Station to 6 mile shops.

Why was this contract not given publicity by the Media. Governor Parkop please explain. Were Tender Procedures followed and was section 61 clearance approved under the Finance Management Act? Was there a board resolution passed on this Tender for Global Construction to be awarded this project?

Construction work under early stages.

This is 62% on top of the Waigani Drive project of 1300 metres in 2007.

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wonder boi


September 22 2011, 8:29 PM 

It sounds to me like a kickback scheme.

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Emi Turu


September 22 2011, 8:37 PM 

Kick back or no kick back, our good Governor Parkop has just come out of steaming waters of the Audits Reports and is cooling down and recovering when now he is being pushed back again in the boiling higher temp. waters again with this K58 Million Contract.
Just what is happening?????

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Parkop's silence is mystifying


September 22 2011, 8:52 PM 

IF Parkop is, in fact, innocent, then he would do well to answer any questions put forth to him. He came onto the internet in person, refuting the original charges, on both pngexposed and pngblogs, but then disappeared as quickly as he appeared, which is interesting considering the number of questions that people started throwing after him.

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Inap Nau

Enough is enough

September 22 2011, 11:24 PM 

Enough of stealing and sarking out NCDC Lets vote in somebody else..


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I LUV POWES bumper sticker

Re: Enough is enough

September 23 2011, 6:52 PM 

Stop being stupid. It may be time for Powes to go, but no one in their right mind is going to replace him with someone we don't even know about. If you're going to mention candidates names on PNGSCAPE be prepared to justify your support for them with solid facts or information, or expect to be brushed off like a fly with pekpek on it feet.

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Another K45 million variation

May 28 2012, 12:58 AM 

Upon the K58 Million approved by Parkop, He is seeking another K 45 Million on variation costs. and the work is not progressing from 5 mile round about to Hiritano Hwy junction. (800 Metres)
The guy is now filthy rich.

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October 9 2011, 10:12 PM 

Not a kickback scheme but a kickback SCAM. Learn the difference.

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Sarufa Mere

Very Fishy

September 23 2011, 5:06 PM 

Obviously, this contract smells of rot and no doubt a crook deal

This is one more question the Governor has to answer.

Come on, tell the taxpayers why no tenders were not called.

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Sarufa Mere

Fatal deal

September 23 2011, 5:17 PM 

This is one of the worst crimes Powes has committed in his term as the Governor. He used Section 6 of the NCDC Act he initially criticized to bypass tender procedures to award this contract.

An independent engineer or engineering firm must verify the value of this contract. Better still, Governor must reveal the Scope of Works for this contract. Otherwise, this contract can be labelled as a crook deal and I can bet a hundred bucks that Powes has got a handsome slice in this deal.

If this is a daylight robbery, Powes must be prosecuted and jailed, just like other ordinary Papua New Guineans who have been tried in court and prosecuted.

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September 23 2011, 6:50 PM 

I don't understand. Is the K8.7 million just 15% of the total road contract??????? And for only 800 metres of road??????? Or is the K8.7 million the TOTAL contract for 800 metres of road, of which the contractor got 15% down payment?

Is it normal to give a company that has the ability to raise its own loans and funds an initial down payment before road work has even begun?

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Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 9:18 AM 

Do u people know who the real owners of Global constructiosn is ?
Francis Awesa sold his share to an unknown company that is owned by Peter Oneil and Moses Maladina,,,, Wake UP PNG....

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Black Water Meri

Re: Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 9:49 AM 

Gess faia mero - you becoming a mobile element with misleading shots. Awesa sold his major shares to Arthur Somare and cohorts who own Global.

Black Water Meri

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Re: Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 10:31 AM 

Black water meri,

Stop being a primitive. Global is owned by Awesa and O'neil. thats why Awesa was given the Works ministry so that both he and the PM can continue rip you off.

peace out.

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Usim Het

Re: Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 12:22 PM 

ssssss.....Please keep away from this Global Construction at the moment. If you want to argue over the ownership of Global then go down to IPA and do the company searches then only will you know the proper owners instead arguing like silly little children and misleading the readers of this blog. And do not try to deviate from the main issue of the contract no# NCDC 2011-01.

We want to know whether the the contract was properly tendered for by NCDC or CSTB and did it go through the proper approval process as the value of Tax Payers money at K58 million is not peanuts compared to 800 metres of upgrading. There is no justification; and what about the scope and also the section 61 of Finance Management Act.

Where the rightful legal procedures carried out when awarding this dubious contract. Can the Governor of NCD give answers?? Otherwise this is another big kill spearheaded by Governor Parkop. DAYLIGHT ROBBERY......

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Re: Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 3:44 PM 

Yes Usim Het yu are right Parkop definitelly did not follow procedures and the simple reasons is he is one of the current bunch of decision makers and is taking kick backs.

how does that sound?

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Thats true

September 26 2011, 8:07 PM 

Igiri wantok Yu tok tru!!!!

Parkop steal wantaim Justin inap pinis na nau em start wantaim ol Global. Gavana Powes i mekim gut save long stealim moni bilong ol NCDC people wantaim ol white lain istap. Em nau em kamap stealman long klia ples
K58 million ino liklik moni....

Mi les pinis ya

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THE Peter O'Neill?????

Re: Global is owned by the PM

September 26 2011, 8:20 PM 

Are you saying that the principal shareholder of Global Construction is none other than scam artist Peter O'Neill of NPF fame?

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Jephson owns 100% of Global. Awesa owns 100% of Hornibrooks.

September 26 2011, 9:22 PM 

A kiwi guy called Jephson is the 100% shareholder of Global Construction. He used to be partners with Francis Awesa but he bought out Francis Awesa's share earlier this. Awesa used the money from the sale to buy out 100% of Hornibrooks.

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Re: Jephson owns 100% of Global. Awesa owns 100% of Hornibrooks.

September 26 2011, 9:46 PM 

Where on earth did Francis Awesa get the money in the first place to be a main owner of Global? Wasn't Global once owned by Wingti???

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