Do something about issues with electricity


ABOUT 95 per cent of PNG Power Ltd (PPL) employees over the last three decades are liabilities and less than 5 per cent are productive.
Mark my word, PPL’s human resources department is riddled with corruption and nepotism.
If not outsourced soon, it will be a continuous burden for the Government to bear.
Staff employed are either unqualified or mismatched.
How long are we going to talk about the woes and when would these woes end?
Get rid of rotten apples and save the good in the 5 per cent bracket.
Otherwise, stop talking about the woes in the media and do something about it.
If the root causes cannot be identified by PPL’s top management and corrective action taken, then have both the top management and the board sacked.
Why are the authorities continuing to be lenient when issues with electricity are popping up almost every time?
How can the economic goals be achieved under the current situation?
We cannot take back PPL nor can’t PPL aid the Government’s visions.
Let private entrepreneurs or capitalists take over the entity.
It’s time we pull the plug on the unconscious giant on life support since 2014.

Power Fixer