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Current Ministers in the O'Neill New Government

August 9 2012 at 5:33 PM
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Here are the ministers as we now know them:

Rimbink Pato: Stole millions by overbilling government and getting secret kickbacks into his overseas accounts.

David Arore: Probably ok?

Paul Isikiel: Probably ok?

Richard Maru: Probably ok?

Dr Fabian Pok: Kicked out of office last time by a leadership tribunal for corruption.

Nixon Duban: Probably ok?

Jimmy Miringtoro: Probably ok?

Tommy Tomscoll: Probably ok?

Loujaya Toni: Probably ok?

Kerenga Kua: Probably ok?

Paru Aihi: Probably ok?

Mark Maipakai: Probably ok?

Justin Tatchenko: Has done corrupt deals with NCDC officials for years, getting filthy rich in the process

Michael Malabag: The PNG movement has long been totally corrupt under Malabag

Jim Simatab: Probably ok?

Byron Chan: A member of the corrupt Chan family, that should say enough.

Francis Awesa: Man o man, his blatent corruption in vote buying and switching in this election should have this fellow kicked out by the courts within the year.

Benny Allen: Probably ok?

Davis Stevens: Probably ok?

Steven Pirika Kamma: Probably ok?

Boka Kondra: Probably ok?

Don Polye -Treasury and Finance, Correctional Services, Labour, Industrial Relations, Immigration and Transport - Don Polye came to Waigani to do good and seems to have done very well indeed financially - one wonders how one can serve the public interest full time and get so personally wealthy stimultaneously.


Patrick Pruaitch - Housing, Urban, Provincial and Local Level Government and Forest: The Grand Thief's son in law and a Grand Thief in his own right. Pruaitch is like Namah, a pathetic personal life combined with a greedy personality and desire to become as rich as he can while he's in power.


William Duma – Petroleum and Energy, Defence, Tourism and Art Culture and Autonomy and Autonomous Region (including Bougainville Affairs): Well, we always here this guy is on the take but does anyone have any evidence?

Sir Puka Temu - Public Service, Agriculture and Livestock, Foreign Affairs and Trade - PNG's Chief Landstealer, Sir Puka is probably got his eyes on some more choice POM parcels. And let's not forget that he's the primer pusher of SABL and the corrupt rice project by the international Indonesian criminal, the supposed investor.

James Marape - Works, Implementation, Lands and Physical Planning, Education, Research and Science and Technology - Marape has made it a specialty to misuse district level monies at Tari, the evidence was posted more than a year ago on pngblogs. If he keeps the Lands ministry, he'll be all set to become a multimillionaire for life.

Charles Abel - Commerce and Industry, Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs), Justice and Attorney General, Communication, Information and Technology -- Seems to be ok?

Mao Zeming – Fisheries, Marine Resource, Health, HIV Aids, Family Affairs , Youth Religion and Gender - One the principal architects of the stealing of the Kutubu People's Future Generation Fund of oil wealth, along with Hami Yawari. The account was drained to zero balance, thanks to Mao's critical support while then PM Mekere Morauta was overseas for throat cancer surgery.

Ben Micah –Public Enterprises, Sports and Pacific Game and Mining -- A fatter gluttoness thief we'll never see in power. Micah has always been on the take. Always has been, always will be. Ben "Whats in it for me" Micah, a proud new member of the O'Neill government.

John Pundari - Environment, Climate Change and Civil Aviation - Wasn't this guy also previously before a leadership tribunal or up to some kind of shady deals?

 
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apo

Re: Current Ministers in the O'Neill New Government

August 9 2012, 7:04 PM 

Confirmed that William Duma is on the corruption list. He takes kickbacks in return for signing important documents for landowners. How low can you get?!!

 
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lost cause

Re: Current Ministers in the O'Neill New Government

August 10 2012, 3:10 AM 

The system will corrupt all those "probably ok" ministers, you just wait. There's a line of people outside each one of their doors to offer them housing loans, vehicle loans, etc. They'll get into debt overtheir ears and start being pressured to mis-use public monies to cover the shortfall.

It's happened time and time again, watch the re-run of the movie over the next couple years!

 
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Kange

Re: Current Ministers in the O'Neill New Government

August 10 2012, 8:59 AM 

Mark my word, Bire Kimisopa and Garry Juffa will fry all MPs and uncover all corrupt deals, uproot all Commission of Enquiry recommendations and will task the government to bring to light all the pending issues including the NPF Saga, Moti Saga, etc.


Papua New Guinea should rally behind these two young and determined Papua New Guineans. I won't accept any negative comments about these two for as long as my instinct says these two are the hopes of PNG.

I pray that God will provide more wisdome to these two leaders.

Go Juffa, Go Kimisopa!

Kange

 
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wapra kumbi

Re: Current Ministers in the O'Neill New Government

August 10 2012, 10:20 AM 

Kange, fighting corruption is no easy task. It will take bold men to stand up and fight it. Bire & Juffa against the 109 MP's. Not a bad start.

 
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Nationalist

Fightingcorruption is not that easy as we think and say

August 10 2012, 11:21 AM 

Friend,

fighting corruption is not that easy as you think and put in words. Corruption in PNG is chronic in all the institutions and in all level of daily businesses operation in PNG.

Firt of all to fight the system, we have to have very courageous and bold leaders who is ready to become a sacrificial lamb on on behalf of the 7.5 million population of PNG.

I don't see the value of these two leaders yet. May be their names could be flying like hot cakes since they could have some integrity and stand among the most corrupt MPs toady.

PNG has yet to see true and patriotic leadership. We need radical leaders who can make some unprecedented decisions if the decisions stands to support the good and welfare of the nation and its people. We want leaders who can talk less and do actions as required.

There are a lot of newly elected MPs who are talking smart and promising people that they can fight against corruption but I am sorry that most never implement what they aspire to do at the first place.

There are a lot of challenges and hiccups that will try to distract good leaders from pursuing their effort in fighting against corruption but somehow in the process, given if they are not very wise will end up being corrupting themselves.

To be true, there are no smart leaders that PNG needs at this very moment who can overhaul all the systems in the country and start thing a new and fresh.

No one will be willing to do that, rare leaders in the world have done that and none PNG is able to do that. As indicated during the formation of dthe O'neil government, many of our MPs wnat to enjoy the comfort zones and never want to take the risks.

Lets pray that of all the corrupt and questionable MPs we now have in parliament will come about some smart leaders who can do the right things at the right time.


We have yet to see such leaders to come about........To Juva and Bire, PNG has not proven their leadership qualities yet. We will beleive them only when they prove who they are.


Nationalist

 
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question

Re: Fightingcorruption is not that easy as we think and say

August 11 2012, 6:54 AM 

Why are you describing leaders in your posting in such a way that indicates that you think that only politicians can be leaders?

Was Mahatma Gandhi a politician, EVER? What about Martin Luther King, was he ever a politician?

 
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Geez

Re: Fightingcorruption is not that easy as we think and say

August 11 2012, 10:04 AM 

You said it, Nationalist! Mi wanbel. Fighting corruption certainly isn't as easy as we think and say. Why? Because all we do is think and say, think and say, think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say,think and say!!!

I don't see any action in any of that, do you? Just talking, talking and more talking.

If we would only take some action for once, maybe fighting corruption wouldn't be nearly as hard as we're talking and thinking it is! Ever consider that?

Beldon Namah is no different. All he does is talk, and talk and talk and talk. The straight shooter talker!

Geez.

 
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kindred

Re: Fightingcorruption is not that easy as we think and say

August 14 2012, 2:31 AM 

People think talking is action but they never get off their chair!

 
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Charles

Re: Fightingcorruption is not that easy as we think and say

August 13 2012, 12:23 PM 

You're just like most of the rest of us, Nationalist. Lazy and sitting, hoping, praying and waiting for some leader to some along to lead us.

Fact is, no such leader has come along and probably none will. So why are you and I still sitting and waiting for this imaginary messiah to come?

People fight the system most effectively NOT by being inside the system as you seem to think, but by attacking the system from outside.

You're thinking too much inside the box!

 
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wapra kumbi

Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 13 2012, 5:21 PM 

It appears that Nationalist is suffering from "selective amnesia." Bire Kimisopa, Garry Juffa, and Thomas Kulang are speaking out against corruption. The courts, police, Department Heads, etc, etc must cooperate to weed out this ravening disease from its enclaves within our public service machinery.

Bire is taking the PM to task over issues that successive governments did not have the guts and balls to fix up. Bire is fighting corruption from within the government ranks. Either the government starts the reform process in addressing and reducing corruption at all levels now or in 18 months it will be replaced by a more comptent government that will not hesitate to expose corrupt politicians and Department Heads.

In the final analysis, O'Neil, Sir J, Polye, Pruatich, GC Somare, and Duma cannot expose corruption because they will be exposed. Yes, they will lament the cancerous effects of corruption but do not have the audacity to fight it by exposing corrupt leaders across the wide spectrum of the civil service including politicians. Their hands are filthy dirty and, rich too by the way, from their uncontroled dipping into the public purse.

During 2005-2007 Bire jailed Peter O'Neil and fought Paul Paraka Lawyers when he was Police and Justice Minister. Do a charcater check on Kimisopa, Juffa, and Kulang.

Garry Juffa fought corruption whilst he was in charge of IRC. You want thunder and lightning from heaven to tell you that the saviour of PNG has arrived to fight corruption. Be realistic Nationalist. PNG must do with whatever we have and these three brave men have stood up and they need our undivided support.

The fire to fight corruption has been ingnited and public opinion will fan it unrelentingly. Go Kimisopa, Juffa, and Kulang, the nation is behind you brave men.

 
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we must OPEN our lil eyes

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 13 2012, 5:47 PM 

Bire is NOT yet fighting corruption within the ranks. He is TALKING about fighting corruption.

We shouldn't give ANY pollie the benefit of the doubt that they're telling us the truth until we actually see people GOING TO PRISON for corruption. There's too many ways right now that a guilty person can buy their way out of prison, sometimes with the help of those who 'pretended' to go after them!

 
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kango

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 13 2012, 9:48 PM 

well, well, well Looks like "we must OPEN our lil eyes" happens to be one of the "armchair generals" when it comes to dealing with corruption decisively.

At the least Kimisopa and Kulang are speaking out against corruption in the devil's headquarters - parliament.

What more can PNG expect when the other 109 MP's have not even spoken up? These two MP's walk the talk. If they have something to hide, the ball is in the big boys (O'Neil, Wingti, Sir J & Somare) court now.

Why the silence from the PM and his cohorts?

Round 1: Kimisopa & Kulang - 1, O'Neil & Dion - 0

Hooray......corruption is down by 1 point

 
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bullcrap

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 13 2012, 10:38 PM 

Oh stop this nonsense about "speaking up". O'Neill has "spoken up" against corruption many times but NO ONE HAS GONE TO PRISON! The task force hasn't produced one conviction that resulted in a prison sentence.

Right now, Kimisopa is just playing the same game as so many before him. You've got your eyes closed or maybe you just moved to PNG this year????

 
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kango

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 13 2012, 11:13 PM 

Stop whinging. Bire is has thrown the gauntlet for O'Neil to clear his name regarding the NPF Inquiry and Public Serice Housing Scheme. The court can be manipulated but O'Neil's conscience is the perfect judge-it has an accurate record of everything he did illegaly.

Bull Crap, until O'Neil lives up to this challenge, he has been weighed in the balance and is found wanting.

O'Neil's Task Force Sweep Team will never jail those investigated, as it was merely a bait to win public onfidence.


 
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duh

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 14 2012, 2:34 AM 

You must have been born yesterday. Yes, Bire has spoken out. It will appear in the newspapers for 1 maybe 2 days. Then it will fade away just like all the others like Bire.

We've seen it all before, even if you haven't.

 
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moho

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 14 2012, 2:17 PM 

The ECP and the Paul Paraka investigation stand out on Bires profile on his war against corruption. When he lost in 2007, people like Somare and O'Neil did not bother.

Bire has a very good track record on fighting corruption and he is at it again.



 
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not convinced

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 16 2012, 3:46 PM 

When I see a website set up that exposes PNG corruption and isn't censored like what happens here on pngscape, I'll be convinced that at last things are changing and maybe the corrupt will start running for cover.

The Kimisopa challenge has already faded from the media, haven't you noticed?

 
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not convinced

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 16 2012, 3:49 PM 

When I see a website set up that exposes PNG corruption and isn't censored like what happens here on pngscape, I'll be convinced that at last things are changing and maybe the corrupt will start running for cover.

The Kimisopa challenge has already faded from the media, haven't you noticed?

 
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top %er

Re: Leaders Rising Up Gainst Corruption

August 16 2012, 5:35 PM 

Agreed! It's all a front for self-promotion.
PNG already knows all the tricks.

 
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