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GULF REGIONAL

October 12 2011 at 11:36 AM
kalf 

Any names? I suspect Chris Haiveta will contest... Havila Kavo the sitting member has been advertising plenty of good development plans but five years of wishful thinking is almost gone

 
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Kulf Poy

Re: GULF REGIONAL

October 12 2011, 5:01 PM 

Margaret Lokoloko. I het she's lunning po ta elexens too.

Blada Karu

 
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alata kulf karu

Re: GULF REGIONAL

October 14 2011, 10:26 AM 

Havila Kavo a simple rural "christian poe" was overwhelmed by power and money the likes of which he has never seen in his life before. He similarly talks the language of big bisnis and lives in dream World of mega bucks about which he or his brief-case carriers have no clue.

In the meantime services continue to deteriorate,the provincial administration is disfunctional, airstrips are closed,banks are closed, and our people continue to die unnecessarily on their way to hospitals or at sea.

I cast my mote of lo konfidence lao !

 
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Gerehu Boy

Re: GULF REGIONAL

January 2 2012, 12:02 PM 

Gibest Kerekere for Gulf Regional

 
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Gerehu Boy

Re: GULF REGIONAL

January 2 2012, 12:03 PM 

Gibest Kerekere for Gulf Regional

 
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Moses

Jacob Kairi

June 24 2012, 2:43 PM 

JK will be the next governor for gulf province 2013

 
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Central

Havila Kavo

January 5 2012, 3:36 PM 

this is the first time Gulf MP has done something that no other Gulf MP has done so why spoil his name when all the MPs where saying that his in a dream world with the Refinery
clean your other MPs back yard be for you open your big mouth

 
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Iripoi

Re: Havila Kavo

January 6 2012, 9:52 AM 

What refinery????

 
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Mangi Baiso

Havila is Gone

January 6 2012, 4:29 PM 

havila kavo will not come back.

What has he done for Baimuru?

All we hear is he is taking a roadshow around the globe but has brought by nothing for Baimuru and the rest of Gulf Province.


 
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Harako

Havila Da Best

January 19 2012, 3:40 PM 

He has layed a good foundation. Another Five years & Gulf will never be the same as now.

Baiso, its a question of whether your Kikori MP is performing. It is Mark Maipakai who has done nothing for Kikori


 
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Paukapoi

Re: Havila Da Best

January 31 2012, 1:51 PM 

Harako,

What “foundations”? You cannot be talking about the Interoil MOU “ape maa” in POM & and Vision 2020 dream toilet paper documents surely? Both are not worth the paper they are written on. The latter - a hurried cut & paste exercise from small-time UPNG academics is costed in the billions but is worth little more than a Flying-fox’s “ ee poara” in terms of its application to real needs NOW!

What foundations? You cannot be talking about remote POM/Suva/Cairns/Singapore leadership style that seems to be totally ignorant of the fact that in trying to make ends meet & in trying to reach services, our people have been dying at sea, on the road, under houses in the villages and even in settlements in Port Moresby, UNNECESSARILY !

What foundations? How can you and your good governor justify a second term to our people who are simple farmers and fisherman and who have been waiting the last five years for basic health, education, transport and banking services that are available, within walking distance, and that WORK ?

What foundations? How can you justify another term when our people know that in the last five years the provincial and district administrations have been dysfunctional and you and your Good Governor seems to have done nothing about it?

Could you elaborate a little on the “foundations” you say Havila da pest has laid in da last five years? I see nothing substantial! Please update and educate me!

By the way, passing the buck to previous Governors and other Open Members won’t do !

 
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Full sapot

Re: Havila Da Best

January 31 2012, 2:14 PM 

The fact is that Havila has become a very rich man so whether or not you believe in his foundations, he now has a huge bank account built on those very foundations.

He's the one laughing all the way to the bank, not you buster!

 
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Paukapoi

Re: Havila Da Best

February 3 2012, 8:43 AM 

Full Sapot – Your outlook stinks BIG Time!
Using the peoples' mandate to acquire personal wealth is a dangerous pass-time buster! Raising the hopes & expectations of hurting kalf people through a lot of hogwash and mauswara is a risky endeavour mate! “Pauper Poe to Prince Poe?..Rags to Riches ? Fine, if you have made it by making an honest buck. But not on the back of dying mothers and smart young kalf kids who are denied the opportunity to excel in life because of a run down & f’cked–up education system in their own province!
If what you are saying is true, then you and your good governor can laugh all the way to the bank for now, but mark my word, one of these days one of those kids after burying their mother, sister or auntie, will put a bullet or a knife through someone's skull if they keep f’cking up his/her dreams and his/her right.

Its no laughing matter, our people are desperate and our pollies MUST deliver on their promises or ship out if they don't have the guts and the skills to do it on time. Havila the Pest and his brief-case carriers do not cut it on both scores!

 
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Anonymous

Re: Havila Da Best

February 3 2012, 7:45 PM 


 
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Anonymous

Re: Havila Da Best

June 12 2012, 1:30 PM 

Why is it always that we criticising our leader like kavo and maipakai and not looking at the positive things the two leaders have done during their 5 year term.
Maipakai has bought a couple of shipping and fishing vessels for his delta kikori area and electorate also with that a couple of pmvs for the omati road and also introduced a ne rubber project not forgetting his most of his JDPPBC funds are now starting to show with local health and educational care for some of the rural and local village and also a 4milion kina funding of the newly built ihu high schools
Kavo also a good leard by his own right have funded a lot of positive projects like the kerema to malalua road and his 2020 vision plan.
This poor leader have been trying to do their best whilst it’s the simple government officer and the people that they trust and work with are ******* them over when funding for local developments are giving. And it is not only the leaders fault but also we are to be blamed for some fall backs in our province, instead of depending and constantly demanding from the leaders why can’t we as individuals do it four our self. Stand up in our village or town or station and make deference………………

 
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For shame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: Havila Da Best

June 13 2012, 3:54 AM 

You a great example of whats wrong with PNG, mate. You'll happily turn your head the other way at all the money Maipakai has directed into his personal pockets and those of his cronies because he's let a few table scraps fall on the floor. Its outlooks like yours that have allowed corruption to flourish in PNG. For shame!

 
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plessmahn

proof

June 13 2012, 12:23 PM 

but the qustion is do you or i have proof to bring him down? if not then we should just leave it to the people of gulf to decide in the 2012 elections...

 
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Moses

Gulf Governor

June 24 2012, 2:46 PM 

You are an papet to him shame on you wastim time nathing em save givim you wanen

 
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wash him away into torres strait

His name is Haiveta, not Haivela and he's a proven crook!

June 24 2012, 3:02 PM 

Recently he was a briefcase carrier for Peter O'Neill but musta run out of all the money he conned through Bougainville and now needs new ways to bring fresh cash into his personal account.

He was one of the early crooks of PNG, along with Julius Chan and Pais Wingti. Why bring back a proven crook to replace another proven crook? I don't get your logic.

 
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paukapoi

Re: Havila Kavo

January 9 2012, 9:07 AM 

Exactly, what refinery ? we don't need a freaken refinery right now ! We don't need Vision 2020 Pipedream Documents from amatuer UPNG academics! We urgently urgently need politicians who have the bols and suvvy to quickly & effectively negotiate a better deal for our mothers& children who are dying and remain uneducated; we need a man/woman who can ensure that services that are available in the province, ensure that facilities are operating and functioning in the province;
What is so difficult about completing a lousy 30km road between Malalaua and Kerema ?
What is so difficult about negoitiating for banking services to be reopened in the province ?
What is so hard about ensuring that our airstrips remain open ?
With due respect, Mister Kavo (& Maipakai and BumBum for that matter) has/have been tried and have been found wanting with regards to the above !

 
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