Opposition Leader Belden Namah says the two ministers sacked by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill yesterday, are welcome to join the Opposition.
He also referred to comments he made during the opening of Parliament in August 2012, warning the Prime Minister to be wary of back stabbers.
Mr. Namah questioned the reasons behind the sackings but says the door is open for Don Polye and Mark Maipakai.
He said it was the prerogative of the prime minister whether he lives up to the Alotau accord or not. Polye is the leader of the second largest coalition partner in the government.
Mr Namah said he is at peace at what’s happening as some of what he said, is coming to pass.
In his congratulatory speech during the opening of the 9th parliament, Mr Namah told Mr O’Neill saying, “I hope and pray that your marriage of convenience will last for 5 years, as both you and I know it is very hard to feed every mouth and to please every heart”
He also told Mr O’Neill during that time not to trust anyone of his cabinet members.
Mr Namah said the sackings of two high profile government ministers is a cause of concern, and Polye and Duma, should tell the truth as to why, they were sacked so the country can know.
He also expressed concerns of Mr O’Neill taking up the treasury portfolio when there were other MPs available without portfolios.
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