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January 14 2012 at 9:00 PM

We have to rid Jeffery Nape. He has caused enough trouble as the Speaker and brought shan=me to our hausman. We don't need him.

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January 14 2012, 9:18 PM 

and vote who? dr john mua or kerenga kua? Both are million kina thieves, no moral standards.
May be Ludger Mond but not nape/mua/kua

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January 17 2012, 6:37 PM 

Bring back Ludger!!

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January 17 2012, 11:03 PM 

support Ludger Mond

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Sine Sine / Yongomugl

January 20 2012, 10:50 PM 

Dr John Milan is going to win this election.
Humble and God fearing ,he is the best choice to represent the electorate.

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Re: Sine Sine / Yongomugl

January 21 2012, 7:24 AM 

kennedy wemin has done alot of work in the villagwe but he wont be standing sad day or th thje sina sina yogqamul people

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Mai Dweller

Ludger Mond for what?

April 28 2012, 6:43 PM 

Who is Ludger Mond?
His time has expired.. We cannot waste our powerful votes for this useless non performer. The Sinasina Yongomugl race will be between 3 people: Jeff Nape, Kerengua Kua and Amb. Michael Maue. May the best man win.

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Ples man

Long live Sir Jeffery

January 22 2012, 10:29 AM 

No matter what we think about Sir Nape, what he did in the recent months right all the wrongs he did. He throw out the dynasty that ransack this nation and locked them out for good. His actions was wrong by the supreme courts but right by the people as for the first time there will free education and medical services. The monetary value of this of over K1 billion kina savings for simple ordinary people for a single year.

This is massive impact by only one person. Don't forget, the thief on the cross made it to happen at the elevant hour. Sir Nape has done well by the simple people. He will return by a big milage in 2012.

Long Live Sir Jeffery

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Angra suo suo

Giaman to iorait

January 22 2012, 7:01 PM 

No. he had his time, we need someone else

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Re: Giaman to iorait

January 29 2012, 11:11 AM 


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Wara Taba

Sine Sine / Yongumugl Open

February 13 2012, 1:33 PM 

Jeffery Nape will win 2012 Sine Sine / Yongumugl Elections by landslide.
So some of you bigshots who are thinking of contesting, lusim tingting.
Some are honest but some stole peoples money from the government to contest.
You know who they are,they dont worth mentioning,Bloody thieves.
Bye the way I dont support Jeffery Nape,I said he will win bye a landslide because he's also a thief, but a clever one.

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Go Nape Go go go!!!!

Re: Sine Sine / Yongumugl Open

February 13 2012, 1:41 PM 

Jefferey Nape is the biggest thief of all but fortunately, he knows how to steal votes as well as he knows how to steal money. Jefferey Nape will DEFINITELY win in 2012 with the most stolen votes.

You've gotta give him credit for sneakiness that is better than any of the other candidates whether you like him or not.

The 2012 election is fixed for our Jefferey!

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Re: Sine Sine / Yongumugl Open

February 13 2012, 3:27 PM 

Ludger the base votes

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Wara Taba

Sine Sine Yongomugl

February 17 2012, 1:56 PM 

Anymore candidates for Sine Sine/ Yongumugl.

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opo gul nen wa

re: Sine Sine Yongomugl

February 22 2012, 9:55 PM 

Oh yes! There was one candidate more who is contesting for the game..the name is,,,SK Samuel Kama.. Hones nau mi tingim. You feel it ahh. Kam lo Womai mata na yumi lukim.. c u there..

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more blind support for Ludger

Re: Sine Sine / Yongumugl Open

February 17 2012, 2:13 PM 

Obviously you can give us zero reason for supporting Ludger except that obviously he's your wantok. We've been blindly supporting and voting for wantoks for donkey's years instead of evaluating our candidates based on solid qualifications. Isn't that why we elect such rubbish again and again, and why we've lost billions of kina stolen by thieving MPs?

Think about it.

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Pastor T

Re: Sine Sine / Yongumugl Open

May 26 2013, 4:11 AM 

Nape is gone and where is the money

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dis nappie needs a changin!!!

Re: Long live Sir Jeffery

May 4 2012, 4:05 PM 

Jeffrey Nape yet to be arrested (charge involves missing K5 million) (National 4 May 2012
May 4 2012 at 8:18 AM Lovingly dedicated to Nape's supporters!!!!!!
A warrant issued on Jan 25 for the arest of parliament Speaker Jeffrey Nape has remained dormant while anti-corruption agency Task Force Sweep Investigates allegation of missing development funds.

The figure involved K5 million for the rehabilitation of coffee and pyrethrum in his electorate.

Nape had declined to comment on the allegations. His office said yesterday a statement would be issued on the matter.

Task Force Sweet chairman Sam Koim told the Australian Associated Press that the arrest warrant was prepared on Jan 25 after investigators had trouble getting access to documentation they said was relevant to the case.

But he said the team had yet to decide whether to use it.

"Let me put it this way, the arrest warrant was obtained on the advice that we will search him as well as arrest him on the spot if the documents are found on him," he said.

"We have not approached him yet."

"The case is ongoing," Koim told AAP.

The arrest warrant was for abuse of office, false pretense and attempted misappropriation and stealing.

It was alleged that Nape of Koge village in the Sinasina-Yongomugl district, Chimbu, misappropriated K5 million of the K30 million in government funds he requested for an agricultural rehabilitation project in his electorate.

National Fraud and Anti-Corruption division officer Sgt Bernard Barrum was granted orders for Nape's arrest after filing the notice of motion in the Waigani District Court.

"Project submission for funding of such projects is made to the office of the secretary for national planning, not through the office of the minister for finance and treasury or minister for national planning and monitoring," the notice of motion stated.

Barrum said in his affidavit that Nape had used his position and power as MP and speaker of parliament to obtain the money by circumventing proper processes.

The application ofr the arrest warrant alleged Nape had submitted a three-page letter on July 23, 2009 as a project submission requesting K30 millioon to fund the rehabilitation of coffee and pyretrhum in his electorate.

Pyretrhum is a natural insecticide extracted from the pyrethrum plant. It is safe to humans, but deadly to insects.

Nape's letter did no contain a detailed project proposal nor did it outline the costing.

The letter, addressed to former minister for finance and treasury, was authored and signed by Nape who stated that his loyalty to the National Alliance government should be considered.

It was then marked to the former national planning minister who directed the secretary to organise K5 million to pay a company called Koge Yoba Potramara Estate Ltd. The company was claimed to be the business arm of the administrative services of of Sinasina-Yongomogl which mobilises farmers to seek funding.

On Oct 28 2010 a cheque for K5 million was drawn from the national planning monitoring drawing account and sent to Koge Yoba Poramara Estate Ltd. However, the bank did not accept it because the name did not correspond with the account name.

The cheque was cancelled and a replacement for the same amount was drawn on Dec 3 2010, this time to Koge Yoba Estate Ltd.

Funds were not released when the second cheque was deposited as the bank became aware of the nature and manner of payment and refused to clear the funds. A warrant was raised and funds were returned to the state.

The request for funding was improper; it did not have a proper project submission attached to letter; and was not submitted through the proper process, Barrum's affidavit said.

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why getting rid of Santu Nape??

February 20 2012, 6:03 PM 

I find no valid reasons for those of yu comment on getting rid of Santu Nape. And its only a handful of you, going against Nape while PNG are crying to have an MP like him. They are just suacding to see him back in this years Election.So noken westim time na million kina long go contest lo sinasina yongomugl FOR 2012 ELECTION. coz he can go as far as your imagination ends.
An appeal to the sinasina people, JUST GIVE IT BACK TO HIM, EM SEAT BLO EM YET..

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For Amb. Michael Maue

Proven True Leadership.

April 28 2012, 12:37 AM 

A lot of good leaders will be vying for the hot Sinasina Yongomugl seat with good intentions. And so will be a number of bad people with bad intentions.
It will be unethical for me to say this gentlemen is not a good leader, do not vote him, and he is good, vote him, so I'll leave that to the judgment of the voters.

But one thing, I'd like to bring to your attention, that should speak volumes for each individual candidates in this race, are: Their "Proven Track Record and Results towards the advancement and betterment of PNG".
One name that clearly stand's out among these candidates is the no nonsense Ambassador Michael Maue.
Amb. Michael Maue is the one that will bring in that much needed change and difference that Sinasina Yongomugl have been long awaiting for. I've said my piece. Thank you.

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