By James Wanjik, Fellow
SEPIK covers East and West in the
PNG is now 34 years old as a nation. Many areas are progressing well even at a small scale. The
Toll on people is attributed to stuff up of our leaders. Leaders are working for their popularity more than they are for people and their needs.
District that saved the
The wall that politics of divide and rule put up since PNG’s independence on 16 September 1975 has been exposed. Very law of ‘group think’ is not a criterion for leadership in Wosera Gawi any more.
Landing the prize for carrying and scurrying for leader and father of the nation Wosera people in particular will share experience. Domestic issues in home province of leader will lead leaders to see how greedy
Knowing leader and using sudden and abrupt power and arrogance of leadership leaders think that they have power. Arrogance is not a criterion for true leadership. It contrasts with humility as virtue.
Leader claiming to be god is landing credence to new leadership in the horizon.
Now people are restless. They are living in fear and anxiety. Leader of today has made the people feel powerless and hopeless without this leader. Such is the result of ‘group think’.
So we see rushing, pushing and shoving of projects in the two Sepik Provinces in the twilight years of the leader.
National Alliance Government is weak without Somare. This is evident in no heir apparent.
The danger for the people of
Desperation tactics we have seen. It will get worse. Leaders want power for selfish ends. Our people must be aware of same old tactics.
In 2012 people of
Long live PNG.