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MARAPE URGED TO STOP BEGGING

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MARAPE URGED TO STOP BEGGING

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PRIME MINISTER COMES UNDER FIRE

PNG Parliamentary Opposition Leader Belden Namah has called on Prime Minister James Marape to stop begging for additional funds from donors.

Namah said and that Marape and his Government should concentrate on managing the country’s economy well. https://postcourier.com.pg/marape-slams-namah/

In addition, he said Marape was begging the United Nations General Secretary in front of a global audience. That was, he said, for them to seriously look at assisting PNG and smaller Pacific Island nations.

Further, he said Marape justified his begging that they are struggling with economic depression at this time.

PM Marape and Namah

Mr Marape’s Foreign Minister Soroi Eoe told the United Nations General Assembly in 2019 that he would deliver the world’s richest black Christian nation by 2030. That was two years ago.

Namah

“He should have set the legal, social and economic foundations to deliver on his dream. It is now that he has just eight more years to deliver it.

“Instead, he is unashamedly going before the same Forum begging for deliverance. Is he even aware of what he is doing or saying? People have long memories. They keep records. They will remember our bold statement.  https://pngsun.com/amp/2020/05/29/namah-plans-to-file-slip-rule-application-against-case-dismissal/

“We are all being made a laughing stock as a country by the thoughtless words and actions of our own Prime Minister.

PM MARAPE CALLED ON TO FIX ECONOMY 

“I urge the Prime Minister to leave all outside engagements to his minister. He should now concentrate on managing the country out of the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Other issues at our door step are the collapse of the economy and the worsening crime situation in our country.

“He should be starting up impact projects and creating jobs instead of shutting down projects, chasing away direct foreign investments and locking down the economy.

His ‘short term pain’ is now extending into ‘long term pain’ with no ‘gain’ in sight at all. It is time James Marape learn to talk less and deliver more.” And if he CANNOT then do the honourable thing, resign as Prime Minister.

Belden Namah, Opposition Leader
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