Predictions made by our Simbu Provincial workers about Simbu Regional seat could be true. They mentioned that, a winner will be declared if he/she scores above 30 000 - 40 000 votes based on the electrol updates(eligible voters) and the number of contestants this year.
Updates from reliable sources at Simbu, our regional candidates haven't been to most LLGs and districts but only a handful made their tours and were acknowledged by the Simbus. How can they win if they are confined? We should consider that as eligible voters of this years election. Don't just vote for some one you haven't got any single clue of.
As we move closer to polling, take this time to analyse those candidates for both Open and Regional seats. Look at the past experiences, the qualifications they possessed and most importantly their personal lives. Are they honest, transperant, reliable and do they have visions with constructive policies to bring Simbu forward to the next era? Have they contribute to the development and growth of Simbu & PNG in their lives? Can he/she be a good leader for Simbu to represent us at the national and international levels? There are more questions you could ask youselves.
The power is in your hands now and it will soon be removed from you after the return of writs or formation of the next government. You vote for your future and not for your today.
Some notable candidates I heard of for you to decide on are:
1. Paul Siwi
2. Simon Gande
3. Paul Moya
4. Peter Kengemar
Simbus this is the best I came up with but not sure what you thought of. I'm very sure you made up your choices but remember we want Simbu to prosper and develop; we don't want to be like it is today. Casting a vote to one of the above candidate will change Simbu tomorrow for the better. You have 3x powerful choices to make inorder to change Simbu and now is the time not tomorrow.