By Jack Lapauve Jr – EM TV, Port Moresby
Public Activist Noel Anjo called on the opposition to unite and play a vital role in the governing of the country.
The activist wants to see Mr Polye and Mr Namah share equal respect, and build a strong opposition bench.
Anjo says, a divided opposition will see the government rule leaving the people to be denied essential services and their democracy. “The opposition has to rule has one body to keep the national government accountable for their decisions and actions”, Anjo said.
Mr Anjo acknowledged the fact that Mr Polye’s Triumph Heritage Empowerment (T.H.E) Party has numbers, but the process of throwing out long-time Opposition leader Belden Namah didn’t go down well with him”, he expressed.
He called on Mr Polye and Mr Namah to address the media or public and announce that the change in leadership is not a contradicting move but a consolidated effort.
“No man is an island, both leaders need each other’s assistance to drive forward the plans of the opposition”, said Anjo.