Bryan Kramer

Respect should be shown to settlers: Kramer

This was the response from the Madang Open MP, Bryan Kramer, when queried on the issue of eviction of settlers in the Madang urban electorate.

Kramer disagrees that settlements are a major cause of law and order issues in the area.

However, he states this was one of his major campaign platforms and he will see to it that an appropriate approach in the matter is taken.

Madang to be restored to former beauty

The once beautiful Madang Town has lost its way, but this is about to change.

Madang MP Bryan Kramer is adamant to take matters into his own hands, with his first order of business to address this issue and additional matters that have dragged the reputation of the town down and continue to destroy the lives of the people.

“My first order of business is to cancel the land title – public land belongs to the people; it doesn’t belong to the private sector,” says Kramer.

“My second agenda will be to address pick pocketing and loitering as well.”

​Was it a publicity stunt?

Kramer recently uploaded on social media a picture of an envelope containing K5,000 in cash, which every Member received following the first sitting of Parliament last Wednesday.

When queried on this first-of-its-kind gesture, the Member for Madang said he does not need the money, even though he knew his action would attract public criticism.

He felt uncomfortable when receiving the money and says it is also a gesture that shows that there are good people in parliament who are representing the people.

Singirok and Kramer join Pangu

Joining the advisors team in the party this afternoon were retired commander of PNGDF Jerry Singirok and renowned political analyst Brian Kramer.

Singirok has been appointed as political advisor on national security and Kramer has been appointed as chief political strategist.

Party leader Sam Basil when welcoming the two advisors said their involvement and contribution to the party will really bring change to the party and the people as a whole.

Protest stopped, organisers called to police HQ

The protest was called off by police on account of it being unlawful and no proper permit from the good order committee to stage it.

According to one of the activists, Bryan Kramer, there was heavy police presence as the crowd began to build up.

The police then issued an order for them to disperse within 30 minutes while the organisers of the event, the PNG Anti-corruption Movement chairman Lucas Kiap and Noel Anjo, were called to meet with Police Commissioner Gari Baki at the police headquarters.