PNG National Party launched its Provincial branch in West New Britain recently.
Speaking at the launch, Party leader and Sinasina Yongomugl MP, Kerenga Kua, challenged voters to elect leaders who uphold principles of transparency, accountability and national unity.
Among the key messages highlighted in his speech, Mr. Kua said unity and respect for the constitution will move PNG forward.
With the launch of its provincial branch, PNG Party will soon screen candidates to contest in the 2017 National Elections.
“Unity is the way forward, a nation will rise or fall because of unity”, said MP Kua.
Kua also encouraged the WNB people to properly understand party policies, and vote when polling begins.
Betha Somare, daughter of Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare who accompanied the Party officials, said leaders must respect the constitution, and understand its significance.
The visit to Kimbe is also part of PNG Party’s election awareness drive around the country.