Yesterday, the former Opposition Leader and suspended Member for Vanimo Green, Belden Namah issued a press statement in response to last Friday’s Supreme Court’s ruling, that he remained suspended and dismissed his proceedings challenging the election of Prime Minister James Marape.
Last week The National published a front page story on (former) Opposition Leader Belden Namah calling on me to make public the internal audit conducted on the K23 million COVID-19 funds.
PRIME Minister James Marape says for the last 365 days, the Marape-Steven was into the business of building a strong foundations for the country.
Prime Minister Hon. James Marape, MP, has thanked the people and Government of Japan for their partnership in the Papua New Guinea Electrification Program.
Prime Minister Hon. James Marape, MP has reiterated that K28 million on the UBS Loan Commission of Inquiry (COI) is nothing against the backdrop of Papua New Guinea losing K3 billion in the process.
Prime Minister Hon. James Marape, MP says he has nothing to hide in relation to the Israeli generators’ deal which has seen the arrest of former Prime Minister, Hon. Peter O’Neill.
Treasurer Ian Ling-Stuckey and Health Minister Jelta Wong have agreed to strengthen cooperation between their two departments to ensure greater transparency and accountability in the use of Covid-19 funds.
Prime Minister James Marape today noted Governor Chris Haiveta’s concerns on resource project delays, particularly in regard to the P’Nyang LNG project.
Today I had the pleasure of finally issuing share certificates of free equity ownership ( 33%) Oktedi mining shares to Provincial Government, landowners and affected areas of Western Province. By the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.
THE CONTROLLER of the State of Emergency and Police Commissioner David Manning has issued the first five emergency orders for the State of Emergency nationwide.