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West Sepik Regional

December 25 2011 at 6:47 PM
Anonymous 

Who is the Best Choice for West Sepik Regional? With Frieda negotiations coming up West Sepik needs Ramoi who has plenti of experience to negotiate the best deal for West Sepik and Papua New Guinea.

 
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where you been???????

Re: West Sepik Regional

December 25 2011, 8:53 PM 

I hate to wake you up from your decades long sleep, but the name of the province is now Sandaun.

Got it?

 
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Aling Cup

Re: West Sepik Regional

December 26 2011, 2:42 PM 

The name says it all. The Sepik Region Extends from the Sepik River at its Mouth in Kopar,ESP and Extends as far West as the Mambramo River in Hollandia. I have not sighted any gazettal for a Name Change and until you can show me otherwise I am inclined to call that Part of the Island of New Guinea, West Sepik.With that name also comes the responsibilty of Electing Leaders who are aware of Bigger issue and undercurrents affecting this impotant part of our Island Nation. Issues that may include negotiations with Indonesia to allow for the free movement of Peoples with out recourse to Visa's and Passports.
I believe Ramoi is capable of raising these issues at the Highest Political Forum if Elected.

 
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Anonymous

No yoyos

June 18 2012, 5:09 PM 

We do not wan recycled leaders and yoyos into the parliament.. enough is enough

 
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Sepik

WSP Regional

January 27 2012, 9:21 AM 


WSP needs articulate leanred leaders to assist transcend its social and economic paradoxes to take its full place in the region. HDI is lowest and elites of the province need to educate our citizens to vote wisely. Not blindly vote in those who put self interest first and lead us astray, he or she must be a patriot and have the interest of the citizens at heart. WSP has vast potential in rural industries, mineral and hydrocarbon but lacks human capital that can drive these interests. Get in the right person for the regional and get the best persons for the open seats, the current MPs need a complete paradigm shift and work as a block.Both ESP and WSP must generate a blue print for the Sepik region develop as a region. Investments in downstream procssing and manufacturing in some vaible industry easily sustainable in the region.WSP cannot lift off without ESP or likewise the imaginary line, the provincial boundary must not impede the thinking.

 
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Sandaunist-Sepik

Ramoi's Political Days were Far Gone: Sandaunist-Sepik Needs Vibrant Young Leadership

January 27 2012, 11:19 PM 

The so call "Gabriel Ramoi's" political hay days were far gone. The Sandaunist-Sepiks SHOULD NOT bank or support old fashion leaders like Ramoi. Its about time, the people rally around young and vibrant leaders and support them to move the province forward prosperity and change

 
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Ramoi Supporter

Ramoi is Vintage

January 31 2012, 1:27 PM 

Good people like Ramoi never change they just get better with time just like a Good Cigar or a Good Wine. Ramoi is Vintage and He remains relevent to PNG as he was in 1982, 2002 and 2012. many of your readers forget that Ramoi entered Parliament at 22 and holds the record as the youngest member of Parliament. He rose to be cabinet Minister 3 year later.He was President of the Powerful UPNG Student Union where Wingti,Mekere and Siaguru are also product of. When Ramoi Speaks People Listen because he Probably is one leader with the Sharpest Political Mind of his generation. Ramoi is a the Son of a Colonial Policeman, he has travelled widely, Holds a Law Degree , and continue to support him self through Business and has never asked for Government hand out. His experience in Prison gives him a better insight and under standing of the Plight of the Poor and the needy.
Mr. Ramoi influenced many leader today to get into Politics. They included Governor Agiru of Southern Highlands and Ben Micha of New Island. His peer group includes Kumbakor of Nuku and John Tekwe of vanimo. His views on Resource development and on Contract Mining and Production Sharing in particular remains as relevent today as it was in 1985 in the Montecello Debate. For our Democracy today in these Trying Times. PNG truely need the likes of Gabriel Ramoi. I am sure West Sepik will send him to Parliament this round.

 
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how much time did he spend in jail?

Re: Ramoi is Vintage

January 31 2012, 1:31 PM 

I seem to remember him being caught for stealing money and going to jail but I've forgotten exactly how much time he served for his sin. Do you (or anyone else) remember?

Certainly thieves like Ben Micah learnt a helluva lot from Ramoi. He indeed has been a great teacher of the current generation of MPs. They should be thanking Gabriel every day they fly to their house in Oz or look at their latest bank account figures.

 
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Ramoi Supporter

Great leaders have been to Prision

January 31 2012, 4:20 PM 

Great leaders have been to Prison.Ramoi was a victim of Politics because of his strong Socialistic Views. He was charged for for the sum of K6,000 from his DSIP Funds which he used to charter a Aircraft to ferry the Great Bluff Inn Souls Band of the 80's to Raise Funds for PDM . His crime was that Wingti did not reimburse the expenditure. He was given 3 year in Prision but served only 18 months because he was a model prisioner having set up the Prision Literacy Program and teaching prisioners to read and write and to understand their rights under the constitution.Good People dont Die they keep on coming like good soldiers and good sailors. Compare to what is happening know with DSIP Funds Ramois Crime looks insignificant.

 
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Surely We Can Do Better?

Re: Great leaders have been to Prision

January 31 2012, 4:38 PM 

You didn't mention any of this on your own - it had to be dragged out of you. That is evidence enough that deep down, you're embarrassed. Never expect to hide the dirty laundry of a pollie and get away with it.

But there's a bigger picture here. Surely, surely, SURELY we can find candidates to represent us in parliament that haven't been to prison for any reason at all, and have never been found to misuse money in any questionable way. Sure, nobody's perfect, but we have a big population and out of thousands of people in the electorate I find it very hard to believe that we can't find a person better than nearly all of us, who could be an honest representative. Why must we constantly rely on people whose use by dates have long passed and then try to explain away their deficiencies?

 
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ha!

Re: Great leaders have been to Prision

January 31 2012, 5:13 PM 

Great leaders who have been to prison went to prison for reasons other than how they used money!

They went to prison for civil disobedience in their fight for justice, mostly.

Please don't contaminate the memories of those truly great leaders with this small creature Ramoi.

 
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Minosave

Ramoi is a good man

February 1 2012, 6:18 AM 

I first came accross Ramoi when he was communications minister in 1990. I was amazed by his thoughts and ideas then which were way ahead of our time.

He did go to jail and for the reasons stated already. At the time, many of us suspected that he was setup by Wingti because he was much more articulate then all the MPs at the time. He was smarter then most of the MPs, spoke well, he really had no equal. The only other person at the time that thought and spoke like him was Sir Siaguru. It was easy to see why Wingti would not want him around, the man was a threat.

I later met him in Wewak where he has lived all this time. He is still very smart but much more mellowed now. I have heard him speak a few times and his insight would always be profound.

If he made it to Parliament this time around, he would still have few equals. In fact none of the current MPs could equal him in intellect and clarity of mind, perhaps Sir Arnold could match him, the rest are still about 10 years behind this man.

Noken criticise nating, you have to listen to the man, he hardly speaks in public but when he does, he is a visionary.

 
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t'sol

Re: Ramoi is a good man

February 1 2012, 6:55 AM 

Let him be a man of ideas behind the scenes, then. But we don't need a convicted criminal as our MP.

 
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The law is made to be ignored

Re: Ramoi is a good man

June 26 2012, 4:13 PM 

In fact the law says that convicts cannot become MPs. But then again, since when did we ever follow any laws in PNG, especially those related to politics?

 
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Re: Great leaders have been to Prision

July 28 2012, 8:49 PM 

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Re: Great leaders have been to Prision

July 28 2012, 8:51 PM 


 
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Papua Post

We fully support your view and your perspective on Mr. Ramoi

June 26 2012, 1:24 PM 

We fully understand and closely follow the footsteps of almost all political leaders in our beloved peaceful Island, and even further across Melanesian Archipelago, and we figure out the best persons in correct positions at right time, and for this purpose Mr Ramoi is the one that we pray for to be the Governor of West Sepik Province, whereas Powes Parkop for the National Parliament.

We pray that all Melanesians will see their leaders in Melanesian perspectives, for the sake of Melanesians, by setting aside our local interests and rivalries. We want a Melanesia that is free and independent. PNG, West Papua, Solomon Islands and not yet fully free from foreign interferences. The only difference between West and East New Guinea is that the western part is not free and still occupied, whereas the East is not occupied but also not free.

We need to pick up certain naturally elected leaders who have visions and perspectives for our future generations, not just limited for us now and today and here. We also need leaders who lave visions and perspectives for the whole Melanesia, not only for West or East New Guinea, but for all Melanesians. And for that purpose, Ramoi is the man, Okuk was another but unfortunately he was assassinated by intruders/ robbers and killers.

We pray, for God Almighty, and our ancestors, to give us light into seeking a better and saver and more peaceful future of Melanesians, as we do not want to leave this peaceful Paradise in a mess to our future children.

Wa, wa, wa!

 
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Ramoi Supporter

Ramoi has Character

February 1 2012, 5:51 PM 

Ramoi remains relevent today as he was in 1982, 2002 and 2012. On Page 2 of the Lead story today in the National New paper is a Story on the Current Political Situation in which Ramois Name is Mentioned as one of the Two Guarantors on the Conduct of General Yaura Sasa . No Ramois Days is not gone it is only begining .

 
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concerned citizen

Re: Ramoi has Character

February 1 2012, 5:55 PM 

Oh God. A convicted felon influencing outcomes. God help PNG!

 
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concerned citizen

Re: Ramoi has Character

February 1 2012, 5:55 PM 

Oh God. A convicted felon influencing outcomes. God help PNG!

 
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