Moresby South candidate, Paul Kei and NCD Regional candidate Andy Bawa, held a joint rally yesterday. Both candidates, who are running as independent, agree that a change of leadership is what the people of NCD and Moresby South need.
Paul Kei’s campaign trail has targeted small communities in Moresby South. His main talking point is the eviction of settlements in Port Moresby.
Kei is up against 24 other candidates, including sitting MP, Justin Tkatchenko.
Kei, believes that empowering locals with adequate skills to be competitive with international standards is what Moresby South needs.
The other speaker who is contesting the NCD regional seat is former Metropolitan Superintendent, Andy Bawa. Mr. Bawa placed much emphasis on law and order issues in the city.
Bawa said the influx of contractors with foreign nationality in to the country is a concern.
After speaking to the people of Moresby South, Bawa delivered his final campaign speech at Gerehu where he challenged voters to vote leaders who will serve them well.
Bawa will be among 47 other candidates contesting for NCD Regional seat with the polls to open in 12 days time.