Posted By Staff Reporter
Member for Bulolo Sam Basil says, more developments will take place in his electorate in 2014, despite missing out on the total District Service Improvement Program funding for 2013.
The Deputy Opposition Leader, whose had a brush with the government over district funding allocation says, he will be moving out into his district to allocate funds for new projects.
He says Bulolo district will still recover the balance of its DSIP, despite the money being withheld by the government, because the money legally belongs to his people.
"Mi no bilip lo sampla samting we gavaman i mekim wrong na that's why mi stap long Opposition.
"Nau ol i mekim hard long givim displa 10-million Kina, but mi laik assuarim ol pipal blong mi long district, displa money by-law ol i pasim long Bulolo District bai yumi kisim yet, na mi laik tok olsem next year 2014 bai yumi mekim plenti projects tru inside long Bulolo District na surround districts blong yumi long boda Meniyama, na boda Huon Gulf, na boda blong Kerema tru long Bulldog track na long Garaina people tu bai yumi mekim rot blong ol.
"Mi laik kisim displa taim nau long tok Merry Christimas na Happy New Year in a few weeks time bai yumi bungim January 1st, long ol pipal blong mi long Bulolo District, mi stap wantaim yupla, laikim yupla na God bless," Mr. Basil said.
Mr. Basil made these comments while sending his Christmas greetings to his district in the Morobe province.
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