This article was first posted on November 14, 2008, however, because of the interest in it, I have decided to repost...Malum
It maybe a sad fact but it is a fact anyway that apart from the fortunate Papua New Guineans that have access to the internet there are scores of Papua New Guineans out there that trust my family.
This is because in all the years of my father’s politics he has not dipped into public coffers to fund family investments.
There are many facts out there that confirm my assertion and if he had, I believe he would not have lasted these 40 years.
In the same way that all my siblings were educated in
I cannot speak for my nieces and nephews but I hope that they will also do the same.
If you are interested in checking where my father got his money to get a place close to his grandchildren, please call the National Parliament, Retirement Benefit Funds office and I am sure Graham Whitchurch can help you.
My brother has also explained that he sold his house to get a loan in the interest of his children.
That is his personal choice.
We will always be a public family whether we want to be or not.
I urge you to begin from the premise that not everybody is a thief that is in government.