As polling approaches, campaign rallies have become never ending for candidates across the country.
Moresby North West Candidate Philip Ame held another rally at Hohola over the weekend. His support base is growing everyday as people of various ethnic groups living in Hohola rallied their support behind him.
The Hohola Sport field was a hub of singing and dancing as Port Moresby North West Candidate Philip Ame held his rally. Singsing groups from Eastern Highlands, Madang and Southern Highlands displayed their cultures in support of Mr Ame.
Mr Ame is running against thirty-seven other candidates and is confident of winning this election. Different speakers outlined their support for him and urged voters to elect new leaders to parliament in the elections.
So far Mr Ame has set up one-hundred-and-twenty camps around various settlements in the city including several Motu Koita villages, particularly Hanuabada and Tatana.
He told the settlers living at Burns Peak to elect good leaders to parliament who would fight for them because the land they were sitting on would be developed for commercial purpose and like settlers at Paga Hill, they would be evicted anytime.
One supporter from Enga said he was rallying his support behind Ame because many candidates contesting not just Moresby North West but other seats within the city were from Enga and he opted to support someone neutral.
Another supporter urged people to vote wisely as this was their only chance. They should not make a decision that will make them regret for the next five years.