Manumanu land deal

Degree of corruption ‘disgusting’

“The Maserati deal is just one scandal after another. And we’re asking, when will it stop?

“The process of policing is into question.”

Kramer pointed out the Paraka case, where the case against the Prime Minister was closed, including the Manumanu land deal, where police cleared the implicated Cabinet Ministers of all allegations against them.

PM’s ‘dramatic change of mind’ worrying: TIPNG

TIPNG says PM Peter O’Neill effectively acted against his own earlier decision, which in accordance with principles of good governance, was to protect the investigation into the K46m Manumanu land deal by sidelining William Duma and Dr. Fabian Pok until such time as it had been completed.

VIDEO: O'Neill questioned on Manumanu Land Deal

The question came as a supplementary from North Fly MP James Donald.


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Asi seeks restraining orders against NEC

His lawyer this morning moved an application before Justice Leka Nablu, asking the court to stay his suspension pending the determination of his judicial review.

He also asked if the court restrain the NEC, Minister Puka Temu, the Department of Personnel Management and the state from taking any further disciplinary actions against him.

His lawyer told the court that suspension was the first step in any disciplinary process and they are seeking these injunctive orders to prevent any further prejudice to his client.

Polye: Citizens must speak out

While speaking at Wagan Lahu village, Morobe Province, Opposition Leader Don Polye said though our forefathers set this nation on a path to prosperity, young leaders of today have steered this nation away from its intended destination.

“There’s no doubt that we are sinking fast by the day and the signs and symptoms are obvious,” Polye stated at the Nawaeb electorate.

“The country’s elite population, including the general public, must not turn a blind eye on the corruption within the system of governance and pretend that all is well.

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Funeral for former Miss PNG late Ruby Laufa on Friday

The country will farewell former Miss Papua New Guinea the late Ruby-Anne Laufa on Friday, February 24.

Mangos appointment rescinded

TORs recommended for inclusion in COI

Joint Spokespersons, John Daroa and Rev. John Ovia in a media conference today thanked the Prime Minister for sidelining two of his ministers involved in the acquisition process and encouraged him to stick to his commitment in setting up the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the matter.

John Daroa said landowners in two separate letters this month raised their concerns with the Prime Minister over the allegations surrounding the compulsory land acquisition process of portions 154, 406, 421, 422, 423 and 424 of Manumanu (NE), Fourmil of Aroa, Central Province.

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Agencies instructed to provide land acquisition reports

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has instructed all relevant Government agencies to provide full reports on how the Manumanu land in the Central Province has been acquired.

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