PM Marape yesterday praised a senior Twinza official for his beautiful speech on the Pasca project, adding that it was “much more rewarding than a Kumul jersey” which “has no direct economic return”. Oops!
Pause in fighting
PM Marape and his delegation visiting Wagab in Enga last Thursday came across two groups involved in what looked like a tribal fight. The armed men, realizing who it was, paused for a moment to let the delegation through, some even waving at the PM, before the fighting resumed. Respect.
Hole on floor
Colleague had a clear view of the tar-sealed road racing past, through a hole on the floor of the bus he was travelling in. He hopes, for the sake of public safety, that road officials conduct regular spot-checks on these buses in the capital city especially.
Someone posted this on social media. It is not implying anything on our hardworking MPs here.
The price for a six-pack of that imported thirst-quencher which has a similar name to the virus dropped to K45 last week from K90. Colleague claims that it is now out of stock.
Thought for today
Do not buy a K300 purse and have nothing left in it. Better to buy a K10 one and have K290 in it. Lesson: Do not go broke by trying to look rich.
“We will also tell the world how PNG is contributing to the healthy lungs of the world, REDD-plus, conservation sites that we have preserved. We will tell the world to put money into developing these conservation sites.” – Ambassador Joshua Kilanoe on the upcoming World Expo in Dubai.