Rigo MP

Societies place emphasis on education: Gure

This was the message Rigo MP, Lekwa Gure, imparted to the administration and the graduands at the 9th graduation of the David Kini School of Theology and Mission at Kwikila Station recently.

He listed the seven pillars of western wisdom; Meritocracy, Free Market Economy, Science and Technology, Pragmatism, Culture of Peace, Rule of Law and Education as important for the church to adopt and practice in its leadership and management if it wishes to have quality membership and leadership.

​Women should head some sectors: Gure

He pointed this out during his transitional brief recently at Kwikila town, the heart of Rigo district.

During the event, the MP and his wife Vavine noted that most of the presenters (coordinators/sectoral heads) that day were men, with the exception of only one woman.

“Here we are talking about gender equity. Perhaps in the district administration, we should look at some of the positions to have women as the head of those sectors,” says MP Gure.

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Rigo MP stresses on rule of law

The rule of law is important for an orderly society.

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Better policing for Lae residents

With the 2017 National General Elections at an end, Lae Police will get back into the business of providing better policing services for residents.

Rigo MP stresses on rule of law

This was the message the Rigo MP, Lekwa Gure, gave to the Central Royal PNG Constabulary during an inspection of guards at Kwikila Town this morning.

The newly-elected Member says he has always respected the police force.

"Apart from all the other armed forces, the police force is known as the law enforcement agency," said Gure.

"When you become a policeman, you swear and pledge your loyalty to the government of the day that you will serve the government to the best of your abilities.

"I believe the police force of Kwikila uphold that loyalty."

​Pala: More experienced and wiser

Speaking at his rally yesterday at Galomarupu village, Pala appealed to the crowd of over 1000 to bring him back for a third term.

“I have a much stronger network than before. I learnt a lot of things in my last two terms. I will be a better leader, more experienced, more wiser and powerful leader.”

Speaking on service delivery, Pala said milestones included Rigo having the best district hospital in the Central Province.

“As a leader, you need to attend to immediate things as well as the long term things.