THE Opposition Leader Belden Namah and former prime minister Peter O’Neill should stop their political attacks on our Prime Minister James Marape and his Cabinet’s decisions on development issues, especially on mining, oil and gas.
Marape just took over from you so give him some time to focus on his government’s policies.
The two of you should sit back and think about your own successes and failures.
Marape is only performing his role as a prime minister to secure the best benefits for our country and the landowners.
There are many countries and developers that are interested in our resources so if any greedy foreign companies who want to take everything from us should pack up and leave, that is the bottom line.
Papua New Guineans are right behind our prime minister all the way.
He is doing quite well and should be supported instead of being criticised daily in the media.
Samson C. Napo
Buang LLG, Bulolo Via email