Thursday, September 08, 2011

Sepik people slam removal

THE people of East Sepik are disappointed that Sir Michael Somare has been unceremoniously dismissed as their representative in parliament, The National reports.
And they warned that such decisions against the people of East Sepik through their leader could have serious consequences.
East Sepik Parents Advocacy Forum chairman George Numbasa said more than 60% of Sepiks supported the government's policies but the attack on Sir Michael had created a dent in their confidence.
Hurung Holdings Ltd chairman Louis Koinduo said his people of Yangoru were not happy with the continuous intimidation of the Sepik people.
Youth leader David Ulga said the action would create disharmony among citizens.

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