The National, Tuesday 11th June 2013
KUNDIAWA town mayor Teine Sogan hosted a feast for his supporters last Friday after filing his nomination to re-contest the seat.
He slaughtered pigs and chicken after he was nominated to defend his seat in the Kundiawa Urban Local Level Government.
Sogan was escorted by his supporters who sang and danced to the Kundiawa-Gembogl district office where his nomination was filed.
The march started from the Ega Lutheran church, through the main street and market to the district office.
“Constant changes in leadership has seen no tangible progress. We must maintain consistency in political leadership,” he said.
“I have survived challenges and political turbulences over the past five years and will serve with confidence, dedication and commitment.”
Sogan served as deputy governor of Chimbu under former governor Fr John Garia and incumbent Noah Kool.
He said he would like to see MPs work closely with LLG leaders who are always close to the people to initiate development projects and advocate for changes in the districts.