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Arore tries to cover up for Delilah Gore

November 5, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments
David Arore

Arore trying to get Gore off the hook

Ijivitari MP, David Arore, has come out publicly in defense of Community Development Minister, Delilah Gore, saying Gore was not involved in the purported vote of no confidence motion again Oro’s legitimate governor, Gary Juffa. Speaking to the Post Courier, Arore described the take over as “straight Oro politics.”

This is however contrary to glaring evidence in the form of payment records of K17,000 to the Grand Papua Hotel  in Port Moresby where seven local level government presidents were accommodated.

Delilah Gore

Gore has yet to come clean about misusing Department funds

Despite efforts to distance Gore from the unrecognized vote in Popondetta, the  Gore has continued to prove that she cannot be trusted. In a news conference last week, the Minister lied about the K17,000 payment saying she had no knowledge of the payment despite the evidence at hand.

Gore also paid, using ministerial funds, for the Southern Region police taskforce to be present in Popondetta during the  protest  that saw the usurping of  the governor’s post.

It is now understood the Chief Secretary, Sir Manasupe Zurenuoc, has summoned the Community Development Secretary, Anna Solomon, to explain why she assisted the Minister in lying during a public news conference last week.

  1. Lincoln Agiramon Yariyar sauwa
    November 5, 2014 at 7:11 am

    David Arore and Deliah Gore have no ethics whatsover, they are black sheeps in the sherphard’s clothes keeping an eye out for any opprotunity. They swing from political party to political party indicating that, where this is money, they are in it. What a Joke to the Ijivitari and Sohe voters who do not seem to understand their politicians greedy guts. I salute you Mr Juffa.

    Lincoln Sauwa- Oro Anti-corruption supporter

  2. Henry
    November 7, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    Arore and Gore should be jailed. Unlawful and criminal misapplication and misappropriation of powers and public funds are already outlined in our statutes. Throw them both in jail I say and throw away the keys.

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