The National, Thursday, June 9th 2011
I REFER to your front page reports on the sacking of Don Polye and William Duma.
It is obvious that sooner or later Polye would be disciplined and humbled.
His aspiration to be prime minister is an open secret.
He was so boastful and full of pride.
He used to tell the people of Kandep in rallies and gatherings that he was aiming for the top
The Bible says pride goes before destruction and God lifts the meek.
And so came the fall and destruction of Polye.
This could be the start of the
end of his political career.
He did not wait for time to reward him in due course.
On the other hand, the playmakers’ ultimate goal is to see NA destabilise and lose next year’s elections.
And they have moved a few miles closer to achieving that goal.
The NA-led government has been riddled with so many scandals and corruption allegations that the party is on a self-destruction course.
This is the beginning of the end for Polye and NA.
Lake Popol, Kandep