GOVERNOR KILA HAODA IS WORKING WITH THE PRESIDENTS – WHY SKIP GOILALA MP?
Its been revealed that the Governor of Central Province Honorable Kila Haoda “is working with the 3 LLG Presidents – Joe Geru (Woitape LLG), Patrick Bauai (Guari LLG) and Keleto Kope (Tapini LLG) to deliver much needed basic services throughout Goilala District.
Before entering the crux of this statement, it would be interesting to know what Services is Central Province Governor Honorable Kila Haoda delivering in Goilala with the assistance of the 3 LLG Presidents.
Since Kila Haoda got into Parliament as the Governor for Central Province, Kila Haoda has never been to Goilala ever.
Governor Haoda did fly into Tolukuma Gold Mines to market the “Asidokona Company” as the new operator of Tolukuma Gold Mine.
When such a comment is made by the political head of our Province (Central Province), what does that reveal about the working relationship between our Governor and our Open MP?
Goilala people voted this Governor into power. These same Goilala people voted Goilala Open MP into power.
Why aren’t they (Member for Goilala and Governor for Central Province) working together to see some services delivered in Goilala for Goilala people?
Our Honorable Governor Kila Haoda is one confused dude (pardon my slang used).
How can a Governor not work with our Open MP?
This very question seem to lead us into the answer which is there in plain sight.
John Mona is the “brief case”carrier for Kila Haoda. Its a known fact. Mr Mona works with Governor Haoda.
So cutting the long story short, Goilala’s political rivalry is actually alive and kicking even up as high as the Governor’s Office.
Its sad a political leader in Kila Haod’s standing lets Goilala Open loosing candidate in John Mona (and cronies) dictate terms in how Governor for Central Province interacts with Goilala Open MP.
Lets hope this tactic goes a long way in returning Honorable Kila Haoda into Office and also setting up agenda driven individuals for a swift roll into Goilala Open seat.
Governor Haoda with his plan of using the 3 LLG Presidents (if any) is literally setting the ground works for 2017 NGE.
How so low can a Provincial Governor get himself into?
Government’s District Service Development Program at work. Credit also to Goilala District Authority Board,under the leadership of local member Hon. William Samb to engage Construct Oceanic Ltd to support this Government initiative on the Mona Highway – Goilala District.
Goilala Highway was broken into 3 sections. Construct Oceanic Limited was allocated a 20km road stretch.
Construct Oceanic has completed 11km out of the allocated 20km. We still got another 9km and that should see the completion of the project.
The District Development Authority is still dragging on with the rest of the payment as is always the case with project payments.
However, Construct Oceanic Limited is keeping on as agreed at the inital agreement.
Goilala District political Heads and District Administration really need to step up. Treasurer John Laiam and CEO Titus Girau and their officers really need to step up.
This is the second time now we having so much delay with Treasury people.
Source: Construct Oceanic Limited.
By Merilyn Diau-Katam – EM TV News, Port Moresby
Members of the Goilala District Development Authority and Bulolo District Development Authority held their first joint District Development Authority meeting on Monday.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was drafted for both parties to agree on a joint district border arrangement.
The meeting was to look at ways of delivering government services and sharing resources between villages along the border areas of Goilala and Bulolo.
Wau Bulolo MP, Sam Basil, together with Goilala MP, William Samb, brought their District Development Authority’s together yesterday to discuss terms and understandings of how they can deliver government services to the remote and inaccessible villages along the border of Goilala and Wau.
Basil said people along the border have been neglected for more than a decade.
“It is a conflict situation of where they are in this imaginary line, so that is why we are doing this.
“The MOU that we will pass is to share resources along the border. If there is a disaster along the border, we are able to assist each other,” Basil said.
This signing will ensure that there is legal agreement between the two districts in the area.
It will cover a total of 16 villages in Bulolo and 15 in Goilala who will receive basic services such as road links, education and health services.
Legal advisers are currently looking over the drafted MOU.
Source: Goilala and Wau Joint District Development Authority MoU Draft
EDUCATION SYSTEM IN GOILALA & FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO ITS CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS.
There are 4 groups of people involved in the whole education system in Goilala.
1. Education Division – Provincial Edu, District Edu. & GoiMP.
2. Agency – Catholic Church Bereina Dioceses
3. Loud Mouths [self proclaimed Elites] – Social Media
4. Misinformed/Lost/Confused people back home.
All factors aside, there is a blame game that has been ongoing for ages between Group 1 and Group 2.
While the so called “Loud Mouths from Group 3 try to help the situation by asking the hard questions on Social Media, only to be bashed by Group 1 and Group 2 because of the fact Group 3 folks have not experienced the real issue nor do they understand how the system works or who it is like been an educationist back at home.
All the while Group 4 falls victim to the smart tactics employed by the other 3 groups.
Group 1 does not trust Group 2. Group 2 see Group 1 has an hindrance to some improvement in Education systems in Goilala.
Group 1 and Group 2 sees Group 3 as the wasted space.
In the midst of their blame game, Group 1 and Group 2 confuses Group 3 and Group 4 in the process leaving them high and dry.
Let’s wake up and learn to work together and not against each other.
Below is a sneak preview on what Goilala Open MP Honorable William Samb, a Pangu Party member, has done for Goilala to date since taking office since August 2015.
- Tapini Highway Open up – First phase done
- Dubuy Highway Road to Wotiape – In progress
- Visat Installation – mobilization in progress
- Rural Airstrips – MOU with Rural Airstrips Agency – final stages
- MOU with Manolos Aviation – Flying Clinic – signed.
- Retrieve of Patients from Goilala to Pom Gen Hospital – on going
- Logistical Support for Health Teams – On going
- Distribution of School materials and supplies – done
- Logistics and Transportation of teachers and families to respective schools – done
- Project Fees – Tapini Sacred Heart High School – paid
- School Truck for Tapini Sacred Heart High school – in progress
- Formation of Goilala District Disaster Committee – done
- Relief supplies purchased from PB Chung – in progress for distribution
INCOME EARNING OPPORTIUNITIES
- Sopu inland farming – funded
- Kataipa Coffee Rehabilitations – funded
- Waterfall Cooperative – Funded
- Woitape District Administration Building Maintenance – in progress
- Guari District Rehabilitations – in progress
- 5 x Land Cruisers for 3 LLG Presidents, Admin Office – funded
- Funding support for World Bank pilot project in Tapini LLG – funded
- This is the First Ever Joint District Development Authority Meeting to be held jointly by two different Districts [Goilala and Bulolo] from two different provinces [Central and Morobe].
Goilala District First Ever Newsletter will be coming out NEXT. Fully documenting the projects outlined in this brief publication and with foreword from Honourable Member for Goilala Mr William Samb, his District CEO Mr Titus Girau and compliments and views from various stakeholders involved in various development projects across Goilala.
This Newsletter will enable the small people out in the far-fetched villages and hamlets in remote corners of Goilala to be fully informed of what their duly elected Member is doing with their District Support Infrastructure Project funds since taking office in August 2015.
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