Anjo, who is leader of NGO group People’s Power Movement said however that his victory on Friday July 22 in Parliament was a political victory.
He said as far as the NGO’s, civil society groups and other likeminded groups were concerned, “the fight is not over,” Anjo told Loop PNG.
“Our call is for him to step down from the post of Prime Minister.”
“That demand still stands for him to step down or hand himself in to police for questioning,” Anjo said.
Anjo who has been an activist for more than 14 years, however that his group the People’s Power Move will be carrying out a major education and awareness campaign going into the 2017 National Elections.
He said the aim of the awareness campaign is to make people aware that leading up to the 2017 national elections the power is now in the hands of the ordinary people.
“We want to educate our people to vote wisely, without fear or favour. The time for receiving money or goods to vote for leaders is over. “
“We will be calling on people of this country to vote leaders who are honest and will serve the people.”
Anjo said he would be doing fundraising soon to kickoff his nationwide 2017 election education awareness campaign.