GROUPING to elect the next prime minister is ongoing in PNG and has become norm.
When will the nation have a stable government?
It is very sad to see continuous unprofessional leaders crossing the floor of the Parliament to join opposing camps to challenge the government that God allowed to intervene to form to save PNG from corruptions and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Seeing ministers pledged to serve the nation before the governor general and in the presence of the Bible, has brought curses to people of our nation and its developments.
Politicians need to seek God’s law to eradicate corruption and not grouping with political grudges against each other.
In the future, we should elect leaders who are knowledgeable of turning the problems into solutions. Not leaders who cry over spill milks.
Having over eight hundred languages and a diverse culture were the cause of corruption and political instability.
Instability and corruption will remain as it has since independence.
The only true advice is to use God’s righteous law in Exodus 20.
It is sad to see leaders getting away with white collar crimes while citizens get beaten up and jailed for stealing sweets.