Posted By Staff Reporter
By Bryan Kramer
What makes social media so powerful is its ability to keep people informed.
Yesterday I posted an article titled "Will O’Neill Return as Prime Minister?”. The purpose of the article was to inform the readers of the political landscape over the next 2.5 years before the next general elections and to clear any doubt about whether or not O’Neill will return as Prime Minister and Marape serving out his term as Prime Minister till the 2022 General Elections.
However, it appears the article certainly provoked and distressed what remains of former Prime Minister O’Neill’s staunch supporters. You could say it had the effect of shaking them out of their tree.
As a side from those who clearly missed the point of being informed there were numerous comments from those who understood the intent of the article.
Stella Pomat commented, “Thank you again for clarifying how Vote of No Confidence works in the Parliament to the grass roots or general public. Not all Citizens know how VONC works so its good to pass that piece of knowledge. Thanks and look forward to 2020”.
Nana Sumili commented, “Good analysis as always from Bryan Kramer. People, these are his views as to why O’Neill might never be PM again. Everything about investigations/arrests etc. are different matters altogether”.
Freman Pondaura commented, “A very informative synopsis of what resembles coup de grace (a decisive finishing blow) of the former PNC leader/ Prime Minister – whispers in Waigani corridors ought to now stop their propaganda”.
Tohlast Dogi Ranson commented, “See all the Pro Corruption peeping out of their hole. This post must have pinch some nerves. Dispela post brukuim lewa blo supporters blo dispela corrupt ex PM”.
Wesley Ihene commented, “Bryan Kramer this article just put cold water on the PNC return match. Christmas and New Years Eve was full of PNC praise worship. Please come back with another article just put the last nail in the coffin”.