Practical people, policies needed: Sir Nagora


THE governance systems in the country need total transformation and policies should be redefined to ensure wealth is shared equitably, businessman Sir Nagora Bogan says.
The former non-executive director of BSP said that transformation of the governance systems could be done and it required pragmatic people who could turn policies into achievable mechanisms to make things happen.
Morobe Governor Kelly Naru and MP for Sinasina-Yongomugl Kerenga Kua concurred with Sir Nagora during the PNG National Party fundraising dinner in Lae last Friday.
“Many people are crying for hope, feeling sense of hopelessness due to increase prices of goods and services beyond their living standards and expectations, lack of socio-economy services never being equitably distributed for citizens to participate meaningfully” Sir Nagora said.
He said that for the first time, many professional organisations like doctors, pilots, maritime and transport, Telekom PNG, nurses had come on air to speak about their sincere feelings and pain.
“Many corporate clients are in tears, most already downsizing their workforces because they cannot afford to maintain employees while spending millions to buy materials overseas to produce locally due to financial constraints and woes created by the current leadership.”

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