Mendi MP and Vice minister for Works De Kewanu is concerned about the effects the current political drama could have on the country.
Mr Kewanu says the country is going through a crucial economic phase and instability in government mechanism and investor confidence will be at stake if more drama unfolds.
He says impartiality should be considered by all who are involved in the current standoff.
As a first time politician, Mr Kewanu is making tangible changes in his district by utilizing the K10 million DSIP allocated by the government. He says the people of Mendi are experiencing unprecedented changes in service delivery.
However Mr Kewanu says, if there are more twists and turns by the police regarding Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s case, it will surely affect PNG’s development.
Kewanu has embraced the O’Neill-Dion Government policies on decentralizing powers to districts, highlighting the allocation of District Funds, Provincial Support Improvement programs and Programs for the Local Level governMen’s.
Meanwhile Mr Kewanu threw his support behind the Prime Minister stating he wants continuity in the policies to deliver more services to his people.