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More allegations against Don Polye and Peter O’Neill

December 20, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

C Koa

Here is another one on corruption during the reign of Peter O’Neill as PM. Remember the 2011 supplementary budget of K500 million declared by Finance & Treasury Minister Don Polye? Where did all that money go? How was it appropriated?

That K500 million surplus budget was used to fund the 2012 elections of the PNC and THE parties.

Don Polye’s campaign funding from this K500 million was sourced thru a construction company call Tepman contractors. Funds were remitted to the Kandep district treasury and eventually paid to the contractor. The owner is Luke Minjikuli a first cousin to Polye. His party benefited more thru funding for David Arore, Dellilah Gore, Douglas Tomuriesa, Sali Subam and all the other winning and loosing candidates who contested under the THE party ticket.

Tomuriesa benefited thru his company called Quick Span Building Systems Ltd where K6 million was paid by the South Fly District treasury after these money was remitted from the Finance Dept. Tomuriesa used over half of it to campaign for his seat.

Subam got his share to campaign also in the form of the purchase of K3 million worth of roofing iron for South Fly district – materials which have to date not been delivered.

O’Neill’s party benefited from half of the K500 million surplus. The Finance Dept knows that. Tosali knows that and Steven Gibson was the major facilitator getting payments going as per Polye’s directives.

Belden Namah was working hard to keep O’Neill as PM but never knew what was happening at Finance & Treasury.

Sam Basil who was National Planning & Monitoring Minister was kept out and never knew what was happening to the surplus money because none of the proceeds of the surplus money ever reached his department to fund approved projects.

The K54 million made into the Parliamentary imprest account was beleived to be from this K500 million. This was just to keep Jeffery Nape happy because he actually benefited in the form of a K5 million prior to getting Peter O’Neill sworn in at government house when he first refused in his capacity as acting GG.

Why two deficit national budgets in a row (2012 & 2013)? Its largely due to the misuse of the 2011 surplus K500 million which never funded any budgeted projects.

Be aware; Polye and Co are again orchestrating a similar plan for 2017 national elections. It is highly likely he will deliver deficit budgets for years 2014 & 2015, then declare a surplus budget in 2016 for the purpose of funding their parties’ election campaigns in June/July 2017.

Being the party leader he refused to become the deputy PM because of two issues;

  1. To ensure the lid is kept closed on the use of the 2011 surplus budget and other corrupt practices perpetrated during the last term in office.
Plan to steal again to fund his 2017 naional elections.
  1. Jeremiah Kongo Bomai
    December 20, 2013 at 7:00 pm

    You forgot to mention Wera Mori, the member for Chuave who also benefited from Don Polye for 56 million kina. K29 million was shared between Wera Mori, Joel Luma and Maneve Gene through the window company Mori Resources and also Cammilus Dangma, the member for Kerowagi. He got 20 million to build a road to Karamui but to date there is no road to be seen. Don Polye got K15 million in kickbacks from this two corrupt members.

    • C Koa
      December 23, 2013 at 2:39 pm

      Yes mate your exactly spot on, however; I believe Polye, Mori, Luma and Gene were involved in the Highlands Highway rehabilitation funding of K500 million when Polye was the Minister for Transport & Works Department in the Somare government. Luma and Mori have since been arrested and charged for over 60 counts of fraud and corruption related criminal offences related to a sum of over K22 million of that money.
      Interestingly both Mori and Luma have been committed to stand trial in the National Court (correct me if Im wrong).
      Using the provincila works accounts sections (especially Simbu provincial works) was the best way and method for Mori Resources to submit invoices to be paid.

      • Ken
        December 27, 2013 at 12:17 pm

        You all need to get your stories straight. I always find it hard to believe such exact facts and figures when none of you can actually produce the documentation. My reply is more directed at Jeremiach than you C. Koa. Anyway friends we need to start showing more definite evidence otherwise everything just looks like another story and it’s impossible to tell if the stories are true or not. Happy new years!

  2. Ricky
    December 22, 2013 at 8:32 pm

    Can the task force sweep get onto this two corrupt MPs? We have had enough of peope who do this blatant stealing of public funds and still get away with it!

  3. Fave
    December 23, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Sooner or Later we will get them

    • Terry
      December 26, 2013 at 4:50 am

      No Fave, we won’t get them, because once again they are proving themselves to be far smarter and more cunning than those who are honest and supposedly caring. All of you think that O’Neill and Polye will try the same scheme in 2017. How naive! Here’s a hint: Ok Tedi profits.

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