Hard to tell
Police and prison authorities have been asking the people to keep a lookout for the Bomana prison escapees who are still at large. But with everyone wearing masks these days, it’s a little hard to tell who is who!
Two work mates are celebrating their birthdays today – same day and month, but different year. They do not want to let their colleagues in the newsroom know – until tomorrow.
PM James Marape is the guest today at a political party’s fundraising dinner. Looks like his coalition government to be formed after the 2022 general election is beginning to take shape.
Access to phones
Recent statistics show that only 34 per cent of the 10million-plus people in PNG have access to mobile phones. That’s around 3.4 million people. Gosh!
Access to internet
Only around 1.5 million people in PNG have access to the internet and 1.1 million use social media. Quite low by world standards, according to experts.
From a reader: We profess to be a Christian nation yet some of us behave and speak in an all too un-Christian manner. So hypocritical.
When you greet people and they do not respond, you react in different ways depending on your mood – in anger (mostly swear under your breath), surprise (using a four -letter word), or disbelief (what the …). Right?
Food for thought
Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.
“Parliament by law is the first arm of Government, and by law, what the Parliament and the courts ask (the executive arm) must be given. Maybe the executive arm is afraid that when Parliament does its job, they will be put on notice.” – Speaker Job Pomat.
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