Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru, says those involved in the political saga should refrain from passing judgment on the prime Minister.
Naru said the issue is complex and should be dissected and dealt with individually.
His comments come after mounting public pressure from various sectors in the country.
The Morobe Governor was at the Angau Hospital to visit three children and their mothers, who were flown in last week to Lae, following medical emergencies.
Speaking later, he said the political turmoil should be treated carefully.
Naru made it clear, he isn’t in support of any action to force the prime minister’s resignation.
It’s a complex issue, he says, and various aspects should be dissected and carefully understood before judgement is passed.
The governor’s comments come, as public pressure is mounting both in Lae and Port Moresby, and other parts of the country.
Yesterday, Unitech students held an awareness campaign to educate the public on the political situation.
This is expected to lead towards a forum later in the week. Today, the Lae Chamber of Commerce called for caution.
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