Friday, December 9, 2011

Commitments not met: Polye

Source: News, Post Courier, December 09, 2011
TREASURER Don Polye was questioned in Parliament yesterday over millions of kina commitments he made in the previous regime on road projects in the Highlands and Mamose regions which have not been honoured.
Ungai-Bena MP Benny Allen during Question Time asked Treasurer Polye to explain in Parliament why commitments made to the roads in the Highlands (Goroka) worth K5 million for Bena-Ramu shortcut road and the K1.6 million Goroka-Lame roads including the K25 million Kordu commitment for the Koiaris have not been paid to date.
Mr Polye admitted he had made those commitments and explained that K173 million counterpart funding had already been allocated and these roads should receive their funds from that allocation.
On the same note Polye was also taken to task to explain his commitment on the Wantoat-Kabwum road by Markham MP Koni Iguan.
He also advised funding for roads have been allocated and should be released in due course.

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