Thunder without rain: Two years ago, Sepik MPs asked Dr Hnanguie to do some work for us and he estimated that our economy was growing at around 5%. That’s while the PNG economy was in the negative. My people are the thunder and it’s raining in their villages. Our standard is the village and that’s where we are working. Rome was not built in a day and Sepik will not be built in a day either. This is how we build the country, from the village up. -ABird.
“MI LAIK PINISIM WOK MI STATIM” – GOVERNOR FOR EAST SEPIK PROVINCE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA, ALLAN BIRD SIAD.
“When I nominated on Thursday 19th May 2022, ESPG had K161,840,969.70 in the BSP Bank. This is your money which is intended for many projects already under way and funds for our 28 LLGs. My job as Governor is to ensure that we have enough money to operate and to fund our development aspirations, that
I encourage young coastal leaders to continue to behave in ways that best represents our values. Good behavior is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of great strength. Let the ballot box speak. A coastal Prime Minister will come when we have a leader who can pull support from all corners of the country and when the nation is ready for it. Making negative and inflammatory statements will not help to make that happen. – Allan Bird, MP.
“Mi Fight Hard lo Yupla Pipol blo Sepik na Papua New Guinea Wantaim” – Statement by Allen Bird on his nomination day.
“… Mi Fight Hard lo Yupla Pipol blo Sepik na Papua New Guinea Wantaim …” I have not stolen any money and none of my family or relatives have received a single government contract since my election. I have also brought record amounts of money to our province. The future of the Sepik people is