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Corruption widespread in Sandaun Provincial treasury

September 11, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Sandaun Provincial Government Treasury office is run by corrupt, selfish officers who should not be called Public servants but self-servants. Many of them do not follow procedures anymore. Many of them openly ask for and receive kickbacks. They all have debts everywhere. They all have been doing this for a long time.

Here is a taste of the monies stolen on ONE day:



Note that all these cheques were run on a Sunday – August 25th was on a Sunday.

Governor Solo did not know what was going on. Governor Solo was the previous governor 2007 – 2012. They are the reason for Governor Solo’s downfall.

Governor Amkat Mai (2012 – 2017) does not even know about this. They will be the reason for Governor Mai’s Downfall.

The people here have no shame and not afraid. They are stealing openly. They are not trying to cover up their names. The Money should be used to support legal existing business and go through proper process.

We need help from the outside to check on this.

Note there are many more Public servants whose names are not on the list. We need an independent body to come in check this and then have these people arrested.


  1. Mai-June
    September 17, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    This is a serious issue which is also an allegation against the names mentioned. I have shared this information along with the images and my partner is now being threatened by the daughter of Binus Naugre to be taken to court. If you would kindly email me any signatures of Binus Naugre on the agreement release of the cheques and any hård evidence i will do my part as a patriot of PNG and fight against corruption to help weed out and bring those who commit these crime to justice for the betterman of the province and nation as a whole.
    Any form of evidence emailed to me would be kindly appreciated.

    Mai-June Raka

  2. Curious
    September 18, 2013 at 10:59 pm

    TI PNG would be of help to investigate and gather information on this issue.

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