THE infrastructure development in the country shows that the Government, under former prime minister and Ialibu-Pangia MP Peter O’Neill, did a good job.
We are seeing developments that O’Neill initiated during his term as prime minister.
The equal distributions of development is evident in the Southern, Momase, Highlands and New Guinea Islands regions.
We have airport redevelopment in East New Britain’s Tokua, Milne Bay’s Gurney, Goroka, Madang, Western Highlands’ Kagamuga and even Port Moresby’s Jackson International Airport, followed by expansions of sea ports and roads.
The implementation of the tuition fee free policy saw many students going to school and parents’ burdens were eased.
The establishment of 89 district development authorities, which was the brain child of late Sir Manasupe Zurenouc, former chief secretary to the Government, brought services right down to the districts.
The current regime should be commended too because most of the MPs in government today were part of the government that influenced these developments.
Jack Anis Kukiwa,