The 3 national leaders for Northern Province have shown a solid front, with plans in place to collaborate for the best interest of their province.
Northern Governor, Gary Juffa, praised the newly elected members for Sohe, Henry Amuli, and Ijivitari, Richard Masere, describing them as “very credible leaders”.
After the Alliance coalition signed the Alliance Accord in Port Moresby, yesterday, the three parliamentary leaders for Northern Province were keen to show their unity. Governor Juffa said an inauguration will be announced soon.
“…at the independence oval we will be signing a joint agreement between all members of Oro to work together for the best interest of our people and our province. And I’m looking forward to those next five years,” Juffa said.
Governor Juffa said for so long, it was a team effort that the Northern Province needed. He assured his people that the leaders will serve the interests of the people at all times.
“Top priorities are overhauling our administration and reviewing our health and education especially from the provincial perspective. I have a 100-day-plan and I’ve asked my two colleagues to put together their own 100-day-plans. We’ve got a 5-year provincials development plan that will be review jointly,” Juffa added.
The overall plan for the Northern Province will come from the merger of the Sohe and the Ijivitari development plans. Governor Juffa said this will basically be the road map for rebuilding the Province, making it a better place for their children, safe place for investors, and helping Small to Medium Enterprises and the general public contribute to the development of the province.