Monday, January 09, 2012

Namah calls on O'Neill to resign

Deputy Prime Minister Belden Namah has called on Prime Minister Peter O'Neill to resign.
He says his fate will be decided in parliament Tuesday week, January 17, 2012.
Namah attacked O'Neill in today's FM100 radio talkback show with Roger Hauofa.


  1. Anonymous2:40 PM

    Something is brewing. We may have a new government by 17/09/2012

  2. Anonymous4:34 PM

    this not the first time PM is not standing by his Deptuy. The first case was the removal of the MD of MRDC allegedly involved with corruptions and misconducts in office. The DPM's decision endorsed by the Cabinet was overturned by the PM. Recently the MD of MRDC was replaced by the Cabinet again for good this time.

  3. Anonymous4:39 PM

    We as a country must stand up and be united to defend our country. The purpose of the trip is not important. Whats import is that the Indonesian fighter planes intercepted our Falcon jet carrying our Deputy PM and two very senior Ministers.

  4. Anonymous4:51 PM

    Come on folks in PNG, many people are claiming their actions are to protect the Constitution. Now the current issues with the mid air drama concerned the challenge against the Sovereignty of our country, the Opposition is using it as a political weapon against the Government while other leaders are taking cover to avoid confrontation against the guys with the big gun and fighter jet! Are their hearts for PNG, or merely for themselves and their pocket hah???

  5. Anonymous7:05 PM

    We have a PM & a D/PM who can't see eye to eye now!! What's next, thre separate factions claiming to be the legitimate government!!

  6. Anonymous8:11 PM

    PNG should more learn and be educated how to be objective view and not be an emotional people, you are watching by the world guys..not your jungle..

  7. Anonymous2:37 AM

    HOW THIS FALCON USING INDIAN FLIGHT PERMIT TO ACROSS INDONESIAN AIRSPACE?... That's why Indonesian Air Force need to identify Namah Jet Falcon... please think twice before you act Namah....

  8. Anonymous7:49 AM

    When you break the law under the pretext of defending the innocent it is only a matter of time before you are found out. Namah and Oneil are illegitimate, I for one do not condone the actions of people who rape the constitution. The indonesian's should have done us a favor and shot down the jet. This has nothing to do with nationalism, I would not go to war with anyone over the actions of a constitional criminal and his friends. The man is not worthy to be called a PNGan. He is merely a shadow of what a tru PNGan is.