In as far as my memory can go, the time when i started taking notice of Goilala’s elected representatives to Parliament started when Honorable Camilo Esef was elected into Office.
Esef Was from Woitape LLG – Veitapu. 
That will have to be back in 1992. Because I went into Grade 7 around 1993. Because been from a village school, politics was never a topic of interest. Politics become something worth paying attention to when i was in High School.
Camilo Esef was a seasoned veteran coming out from a sound extensive public service with a fair bit of experience up his sleeve and he was deemed the man to at least start ticking a couple of DEVELOPMENT/CHANGE boxes that has long been neglected.
Honorable Camilo Eself’s DSIP funds were never up to the millions but back in that Kina’s buying power was very strong. So whatever DSIP funds he had was deemed fair enough to get him going. His 5 years expired and he was shown the door.
In came AJAX BIA. 
To this day, I am still lost of conscious trying to figure out what type of man Ajax Bia was. I have no idea about his background, educational, political and private life. I have no idea.
All i know about Ajax Bia he is from Auga Dilava, still in Woitape LLG.
After wasting 5 years in office, or rather after stealing as much as he can during his 5 year, he was shown the door, and in came another Fuyuge.
Fabian Inne – 2002.
Fabian is from Chirime, still in Woitape LLG. And am pretty sure he is a CHW – Community Health Worker. And spent most of his working days with the rural folks around the Gunimaipa area, and also across Tapini LLG too. he was very instrumental in paroling the villages on the medical immunization patrols and that’s how he made a name for himself and ran for the big post and he made no mistake.
Just as his fellow Fuyuge counter parts, he literally wasted the 5 years in and come 2007, he campaign with this following slogan…
“The first 5 years, i used to learn the trade. Now, vote me back in and I will deliver.”
And of course the Goilala people voted him out and Voted in another Community School teacher in Mathew Poia in 2007.
One major advantage Mathew Poia had in comparison to his processors is the DSIP funds got back up into the million Kina[s] mark.
Mathew Poia was a very smart guy. He has been around the public service system for a long while. And he even tried his luck in the LLG elections and got in as far as been elected the Guari LLG Council President. He was a veteran in his own right and if there was a guy that was going to make the mark, it was Mathew Poia.
But come 2012, Goilala people decided they would go for youth. The new and educated breed.
Counting for 2012 was when I got free pass into the Counting room in Taurama Baracks. And published counting updates live directly onto this group.
If there was any indication as to what I meant to say Goilala people went for educated, young, well placed and positioned leadership, it was the make up of the TOP TEN all through out the counting period.
Seasoned campaigners like Augustine Mak from Kosipe who climbed the corporate leader in the Bank of Papua New Guinea up close to senior positons close to the Governor of Bank Of PNG, got dropped off on first round of elimination.
Prominent Radio personality Peter Ellison was also another name that got dropped off heading into the second round of eliminations.
Names like Jimmy GULOLO, Vino LAIAM, Kapil TONY KOPA, Daniel K Mona. Peter NOMAI, Alex HOEM ROBERT became household names and gave Mathew Poia goose bumps all the way down to the wire.
DANIEL MONA was declared winner with 2500+ votes while runner up Mathew Poia settled in at second place with 2050 votes. Jimmy GULOLO and Tony GABI KOPA fought out for the 3rd and 4th place while Vino LAIAM and Alex HOEM bowed too while in the top 10.
Goilala politics is so cunning so to speak.
First of all people have by now realized that voting in old, outdated folks wont mean much in this day and age hence they have decided for the young, highly qualified leadership.
But hey isn’t Mona one of the latest breeds of Goilalas’ who is a product of UPNG?
Hold on. Well, it seems, highly educated and qualified leadership delivering for the needy and desperate development starved rural folks is not the answer to our problems after all.