Tag Archives: 2017 PNG NATEL

The Godawan Point #317-4

Subscribe to Godwan’s weekly point With the upcoming 2017 National Elections we have heard that there are over 200 candidates nationwide contesting for 111 parliamentary offices. The Godawan point this week gives insight to being a great leader that we … Continue reading

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Ipatas visits Enga schools, hands out K727,595

 Enga’s father of education and action Governor Peter Ipatas has handed out cheques worth K727,595.78 to school in the province on Wednesday. Read full story

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Ganim calls on Polye to stop misleading people

Wabag MP Robert Ganim has called on Opposition Leader Don Polye to stop misleading the people of Enga. Ganim made the call today after allegations by Polye that he (Ganim) allegedly assault a young lawyer Laken Lepatu Agilo in Wabag … Continue reading

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PRIME MINISTER PETER O’NEILL TO OPEN TONA PIAMBIL ROAD

By: PNG Loop The Tona Piambil road in the Imbongu District of Southern Highlands Provinve is set to be open on Saturday the 25th of February 2017. Minister and member for Ialibu Pangia, Peter O’Neill has accepted the invitation of … Continue reading

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Corruption will have its place in history one day

By Lucas Kiap‎  Like never before, many of us are dedicating our lives to the call of becoming the voices of the silent and suffering Papua New Guineans to speak up and out against corruption in Papua New Guinea. We … Continue reading

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PNG Money Laundering

Task Force Sweep

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Disbandment of corruption watchdog Taskforce Sweep leaves a paradox in PNG’s political corruption practices

By Bikpla Toksave Taskforce Sweep and the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate of the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary had been continuing their attempts to arrest the Prime Minister Peter O’Niel despite the order to disband. Sam Koim is a Lawyer … Continue reading

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