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Injia arrested & charged with sedition today, O'Namah declares state of emergency in NCDC

May 25 2012 at 8:10 PM
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State of emergency was declared in NCDC and SHP, which means that the dictatorship is nearly complete. The SHP SOE was declared to make sure that the evil ExxonMobil isn't interfered with as it sucks our country dry of the natural gas we should be using for our OWN industrialisation and vehicle fuel.

Injia was arrested today but of course released quickly on bail because ONLY THE LITTLE GUY IN PNG GOES TO JAIL because he's denied bail or doesn't have the money.

 
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Stinks

Sick Head Oniel/Namah

May 25 2012, 8:48 PM 

Feel Sick.. this country and its institutions belongs to 7 million people of this country.Vote PNC and PNG party candidates out this 2012 election..Mi les pinis long ol..

 
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crazy days

Re: Sick Head Oniel/Namah

May 25 2012, 10:50 PM 

We're not gonna be able to vote them out. They're gonna fix the election buy and switch votes and all that. They'll win, became PNG's first dictatorship and we'll just sit there like we always do and not do a thing to stop them!

 
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Sad Mad

Re: Injia arrested & charged with sedition today, O'Namah declares state of emergency in NCDC

May 26 2012, 3:36 PM 

I thougt only parliment had power(s) to declare state-of-emergencies,...and that the parliment ceases to be after the issue of writs for a national/generalelections, that is in PNG,....maybe i was wrong.

 
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Rodney Kamberan

Arrest of Chief Judge Injia

December 11 2013, 11:26 AM 

the chief Judge was arrested because the power hungry leaders wants to gain power by over passing the constitution of this nation PNG..

 
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Late Bus

Late Bus

December 11 2013, 3:09 PM 

Rodney, good morning. Did you just wake up? This happened 1 year ago.

 
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