Tuesday, January 10, 2012

O'Neill and Namah make peace

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and his deputy Belden Namah reportedly made peace late yesterday after a war of words following the Indonesia fiasco.
Namah had called for O’Neill’s resignation earlier yesterday.
But late yesterday, O’Neill and Namah embraced each other, which was on a picture on the front page of the Post-Courier.


  1. Anonymous10:22 AM

    Namah is an emotional puppet,not fit to be DPM, He is incapable of standing in for PM in PM's absence. What was Malaysia trip about, why were the Malaysian business man on our plane. It was supposed to be for government official only. If these man are propsect investors, then we have paid them for not even investing in PNG what a waste , caz it cost us more to run this plane- Dispose this plane ASAP

  2. Anonymous5:06 PM

    This ruthless son of a bitch think you can run PNG based on emotions..what the heck is this ..displaying imaturity in your leadership..
    Not fit..go back to the kindergarten school...
    what a pity on international front...Namah's international advisers need to do alot more than falling behind vibrant emotions.