Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Polye: Enga needs new leadership style

Source: The National, Wednesday 5th June 2013

KANDEP MP Don Polye says Enga needs a new style of leadership to address lawlessness because tribal fights are caused by an “Engan political leadership culture”.
He said in a statement yesterday the province wants a “new style of leadership driven by admiration, result-orientation, modernisation, collectivity, humility, conscientiousness, principles, progression, democracy, respectfulness, professionalism and quality-orientation” to address lawlessness effectively.
“The former, which has decayed our moral standards, is the one that is motivated by jealousy, egoism, militant and pugnacious, narrow-minded, suppressive, belligerent, undemocratic, unadaptive, and destructive mentality.
“Enga needs that change in all sectors and levels of leadership,” he said.
He thanked Governor Peter Ipatas for addressing the much-publicised tribal fight between Akul-Mas-Torom and Kamberip tribes in Marient area of his electorate which started last August after his election victory.
He urged Ipatas to facilitate a meeting between him, lawyer Alfred Manase and other rival candidates as a follow-up to the peace treaty.
He said although there were more than 15 tribal fights in happening in the province using high-powered guns, the fight in his electorate had attracted the attention of the provincial government and others

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