Ganim told Loop PNG from Wabag that despite the challenges faced during the campaign period, he has delivered to the people and they will be making their decision.
“The choice is up to them. As far as I am concerned, I have delivered in this short span of time but will deliver more if given another term,” says Ganim.
Ganim is contesting under the People’s National Congress Party, the biggest coalition party in the government.
He unseated the former deputy prime minister Sam Abal in 2012 elections.
He said his main aim is to help youths fight law and order in the province.
A total of 18 candidates are contesting the Wabag seat in this election.
Meanwhile, PNG has 10 more days to go before polling starts on June 24.