With the number game intensifying within the Government camp at Crown Hotel and the Opposition and Marape camp in Laguna, Shadow Attorney General Kerenga Kua says there’s no more game to play.
Kua stressed this after the arrival of the East New Britain Governor Nakikus Konga to the Laguna camp this morning.
Governor Konga is a member of the Peoples Progress Party (PPP) who joined the Laguna camp despite several members of the party still on the otherside.
Mr Kua whilst welcoming Konga said the move by him (Konga) signifies that there’s no more games to play.
Governor Konga maintained that his still a PPP man and pledged his support for the party leader however said that it was right he joined the campat Laguna.
He explained that people have been crying for change;
“Yes there a lot of people down there crying for a change, and I think for the last two years people have felt that we have run out of track in terms of development,
“Meaningful development for the country and the full distribution of the country’s wealth, which is why”, he said.