Garry Juffa will fight NPF saga - Thumps Up!!!!August 6 2012 at 12:05 PM
There are news like the link below that Garry Juffa will push for the implementation of the recommendation in the NPF Inquiry.
I salute Mr. Juffa for that and I am tottaly sure that PNG is behind Hon. Juffa.
God bless you Mr. Juffa. Let there be justice.
Re: Garry Juffa will fight NPF saga - Thumps Up!!!!
|August 6 2012, 2:04 PM |
Not long he will keep his mouth shut. Stap na lukluk.
let's hope not
|August 6 2012, 4:46 PM |
This will be a real interesting debate if that is raised on the floor of parliament. This saga has branches that extended beyond what we already know. Let's hope and pray that the truth is revealed and the guilty ones punished. We will see if our leaders still have full heart for their people and their concerns.
Good to see such leader as Juffa standing up for this. He has proven himself as a man that that can get things done. Raising this sensitive issue in parliament is another thing. Surely he needs the backing of some like minded politicians to take this on.
Let's wish him well. Alot of people will be interested see how this is debated.
Garry Juffa is our Hope in PNG
|August 6 2012, 5:19 PM |
Garry Juffa is our Hope in PNG.
Stap wantaim em. I have every confidence that he will not give up. He will bring those lunatical morons to justice.
God save Garry Juffa.
|they said that about mixed race Sam Basil too|
Re: Garry Juffa is our Hope in PNG
|August 6 2012, 6:48 PM |
|August 7 2012, 12:37 AM |
if Juffa is gonna fight the NPF corruption saga then how come em crossim floor na votim peter Oneil?????? EM bai how nau???
|Juffa already sold his soul to the devil|
|August 7 2012, 1:00 AM |
The reason is that Juffa lasted even far less time than Sam Basil in selling out his principles. He could have easily chosen to be a middle bencher - ie in neither opposition nor government. That's what Carol Kidu did. But no, Juffa is just like Basil, the smell of power was too great to resist, and just like Basil, you'll find that he goes completely silent now that he's in government. He will NEVER, EVER bring up NPF and the O'Neill thefts I can guarantee you that.
|August 7 2012, 8:52 AM |
His in the middle bench with there block of four you fail oh the govt was so superior they had to sit othe other side see parliament and also look at where they r sitting
|August 7 2012, 3:33 PM |
I heard the new governor for ORO Hon Juffa clearly spelling out his stand on nearly ALL the corruption issues during his interview with the NBC Radio, issues like the Taiwain deal, Singapore fund, Indonesian fugitive, new rice monopoly, iteroil monopoly etc but hardly mentioned anything about the NPF saga, I doubt very much that he would raise that issue as he is already in bed with Oneill in government.
So help us, Lord
|August 7 2012, 6:44 PM |
Comrades, Juffa is indeed among PNG's genuine elite advocates for anti-corruption at all levels of governance. Sadly, however, the harsh realities of PNG politics and de shameless & unpopular grab for power has, but, all too easily, softened and wayled even the toughest of our crusaders on the floor of the peoples' parliament. Let us pray dat Juffa and any adas there like him will use their free will and conscience, even as they are led to the table of compromise...
Gary Juffa chose which side to be on in parliament?
|August 7 2012, 6:46 PM |
If Juffa has decided to join O'Neill, he has already sold out to the devil.
If he has joined the corrupt Namah in opposition, he is destined for hell.
If he has decided to choose the middle banch as his place, he shows that he will not compromise to either side of evil.
So tell us all, poster - which side did he choose? Hmmmmmmm????
Da bad & de ugly
|August 7 2012, 9:52 PM |
Hmmmmm??, dear, glad u could voice the dilemma governor-elect Juffa is in. Obviously, you've repeated my point, only taking away the sarcasm. Well-meaning persons of Mr Juffa's calibre have gone into Parliament, loaded with stamina & adrenaline, but unfortunately, they soon find out it is easier to shoot from the outside, than to shoot from within... Needless to say, there's no beauty in the conquest for power in PNG politics. Until & when 50%+1 of our parliamentarians can use their free will and clear conscience in decision-making, without fear or favour; persons like Juffa are going to have to accept dat ours is a parliament that turns good guys into da bad & de ugly... Until & unless such a blessed day dawns on our great land; justice can't be served the silent majority of our people; issues like the NPF saga will remain as bile in our guts...
Re: Da bad & de ugly
|August 8 2012, 3:04 AM |
The whole system is corrupt and thus the systetm tends to corrupt good people.
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