The Momase Governors conference held in Madang today has turned out to be an embarrassment for the Morobe Provincial Government.
The issue of the Lutheran shipping was discussed in the absence of representative from the provincial government of Morobe.
The concern was raised by the governor of East Sepik, Sir Michael Somare.
Sir Michael raised the issue after the impact of the liquidation of Lutheran shipping is affecting the Madang and Sepik people.
The Mamose Governors conference held in Madang today brought together the Governors from West Sepik, East Sepik, Madang and Morobe Provinces.
Momase is one of the heavily populated regions in PNG.
Every year, the conference brings together Political elites of this provinces to discuss issues faced by the people.
This morning, the governor for East Sepik Province, Sir Michael Somare raised concerns following the liquidation of Lutheran Shipping.
The Lutheran issue discussed today turned out to be an embarrassment for the Morobe Provincial Government.
None of its members was present during the conference today.
An investigation report commissioned by the Lutheran Synod in January revealed instances of mismanagement in the company.
The impact of the liquidation of the company is not only felt by the people in Morobe, but also the Madang, East and West Sepik Provinces; the cost of transportation, and Goods and Services has increased.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Sir Leo Dion, who was at the conference will return to Port Moresby with a list of things to do, that was presented by the leaders of the Momase Region.