Simple arithmetic: Divide that K350 million “family relief” package announced by the Government yesterday among the estimated 10 million people of PNG. It works out at K35 per citizen. Enough said.
Fuel price hike
The increase in fuel prices is affecting everyone. Maybe we should stop exporting stuff we could use ourselves to avoid importing fuel. What say?
The same ardent Broncos fan who went into hiding after wrongly predicting a win over the Rooster last weekend has sent us a message from his underground bunker that he will not be watching this weekend’s Bronco-Panthers game. Too busy, he says. Yeah, right!
Many are dreading getting their hands on the “dirty money” spewed from the main sewer in Port Moresby which is now already in circulation. The noted should have been first washed in disinfectants. Yuck indeed!
No more tests
A big relief to people traveling across the pond, now that they are not required to take Covid-19 pre-departure tests. But certainly a sudden cut in revenue for the medical centers/hospitals who had milking people of cash for the mandatory tests.
The Princess Royal is not a newcomer to PNG and understand well our history, culture, people and weather. It had been particularly quite humid in Port Moresby since Monday when she arrived. But she covered all her scheduled events nonetheless. Safe trip home!
Food for thought
Always remember: Grapes are crushed to make wine, diamonds are formed under pressure, olives are pressed to release oil, and seeds grow in darkness. So whenever you feel crushed, pressed, under pressure or in a dark place, you are in a powerful place of transformation. Trust the process!
“We must not forget that it wasn’t the Jews that put Christ on the cross. Also, it wasn’t the Romans. It was my sins, it was your sins, the sins of this world.” – Franklin Graham