Letters in brief

Letters

All eyes on top post:
THE people of Papua New Guinea are eager to know who will be appointed the new Police Commissioner. The new commissioner will be responsible to investigate many outstanding high profile scandals, stalled by the previous Government for the last eight years, involving politicians and senior government bureaucrats etc. The new commissioner should have an investigative background, who has no political affiliation and perform without fear or favour and forthright persons. Accordingly two senior officers that possess the above credentials are ACP Victor Isouve and CSP Mathew Damaru.

Steven Supi Palisa

Check power connections:
PNG power office in Eastern Highlands should check all power connection correctly. I heard a rumour that people living along Sawmill and Brick house 3-Mile are using free power. They have not paid power bills to PNG power for the past three years. Wake up PNG Power. Check to ensure every houses are entitled to paying bills. There are some people using power for free as if they are free riding on a power charity, they should be checked and penalised.

Frustrated citizen

Put teachers on payroll:
The Education Department in Morobe has not responded to the elementary teaches who graduated from the colleges. We cannot teach without being paid for two to three years. Please email our documents to Port Moresby and ask them to put us on the payroll system.

Elementary Teacher,
Lae

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