Ex KSI in the Elections

Ex KSI in the Elections

Anonymous
Anonymous

June 20th, 2002, 4:27 am #1

As far as I am aware the list of ex-KSI guys in the Elections are:

1. Anton Aimo Drekikir Ambunti Open (PAP)
2. Otto Wangillen Maprik Open(Pangu)
3. John Kawi Sumkar Open (Independent)
4. Ignatius Palme Kerowagi Open (PLP)
5. Jimmy Tiene Jimi (Independent)

there might be others that I am not aware of.
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ex-ksi
ex-ksi

July 8th, 2002, 12:21 pm #2

Congrats Prez. You did us proud!!

Ex-KSI
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ex KSI
ex KSI

July 8th, 2002, 12:23 pm #3

As far as I am aware the list of ex-KSI guys in the Elections are:

1. Anton Aimo Drekikir Ambunti Open (PAP)
2. Otto Wangillen Maprik Open(Pangu)
3. John Kawi Sumkar Open (Independent)
4. Ignatius Palme Kerowagi Open (PLP)
5. Jimmy Tiene Jimi (Independent)

there might be others that I am not aware of.
Ex-KSI, Tony Aimo Waterupu is leading Ambunti Drekekir Open!!

7
TONY AIMO WATERUPU People’s Action Party 4057 24.5%

15
JOHNSON WAPUNAI Independent 3956 23.9%

19
BART IPAMBONJ Pan Melanesian Congress Party 1536 9.3%

14
GEORGE ANGANJUAN AUGWI Independent 1217 7.3%

13
SOLOMON HOPKOS People’s Democratic Movement 1152 6.9%

1
ELIAS NARA Christian Democratic Party 1137 6.9%

5
TORMBLE KABAI Independent 601 3.6%

11
JUDAH AKESIM Papua and Niugini Union Pati SM 517 3.1%

18
ALEX TANI ANISI People’s Progress Party 424 2.6%

21
JOACHIM WANI NAPMUKU Independent 412 2.5%

2
PIUS AKOLO AKAMIAU Independent 366 2.2%

8
ANGELA MANDIE FILER Independent 298 1.8%

17
FRANK WANGNAPI PNG Revival Party 196 1.2%

16
JACKSON YAGI Melanesian People’s Party 144 0.9%

4
ALFRED JAMBAM Independent 139 0.8%

20
JOACHIM IGIL People’s Labour Party 130 0.8%

9
EDMUN KABA Independent 121 0.7%

3
RICHARD WAMORO RAFA Independent 58 0.3%

6
MICHAEL MATTMILLO PNG Country Party 57 0.3%

10
JONATHAN MEK MAS Independent 34 0.2%

12
MAISON AMIYA Independent 33 0.2%

Total Ballot papers Allowed 16585


Informal 94

Total 16679

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A.S
A.S

July 8th, 2002, 1:02 pm #4

Congrats Prez. You did us proud!!

Ex-KSI
Otto

Bai mi tok wanem - I am so very proud of you!! It came time to walk the talk, and you did it!!

Regards from I to you, Katherine na ol mangi.

Regds

Anthony Smare

Yu tingim sign mipela lukim lo ol moni pundaun lo rot lo Brisbane. Taim ya ino kam yet.
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A.S
A.S

July 8th, 2002, 1:04 pm #5

Ex-KSI, Tony Aimo Waterupu is leading Ambunti Drekekir Open!!

7
TONY AIMO WATERUPU People’s Action Party 4057 24.5%

15
JOHNSON WAPUNAI Independent 3956 23.9%

19
BART IPAMBONJ Pan Melanesian Congress Party 1536 9.3%

14
GEORGE ANGANJUAN AUGWI Independent 1217 7.3%

13
SOLOMON HOPKOS People’s Democratic Movement 1152 6.9%

1
ELIAS NARA Christian Democratic Party 1137 6.9%

5
TORMBLE KABAI Independent 601 3.6%

11
JUDAH AKESIM Papua and Niugini Union Pati SM 517 3.1%

18
ALEX TANI ANISI People’s Progress Party 424 2.6%

21
JOACHIM WANI NAPMUKU Independent 412 2.5%

2
PIUS AKOLO AKAMIAU Independent 366 2.2%

8
ANGELA MANDIE FILER Independent 298 1.8%

17
FRANK WANGNAPI PNG Revival Party 196 1.2%

16
JACKSON YAGI Melanesian People’s Party 144 0.9%

4
ALFRED JAMBAM Independent 139 0.8%

20
JOACHIM IGIL People’s Labour Party 130 0.8%

9
EDMUN KABA Independent 121 0.7%

3
RICHARD WAMORO RAFA Independent 58 0.3%

6
MICHAEL MATTMILLO PNG Country Party 57 0.3%

10
JONATHAN MEK MAS Independent 34 0.2%

12
MAISON AMIYA Independent 33 0.2%

Total Ballot papers Allowed 16585


Informal 94

Total 16679
I am not surprised that Anton is doing so well. From what I saw of him in Wewak over Christmas, he has got strong support and has a decent shot at this seat. He also has big plans for development, the same things that he was talking about at the 1997 Convention in Brisbane he now wants to put into action.

Well done Anton.

Cheers

Anthony
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A.S
A.S

July 9th, 2002, 11:04 pm #6

Anton Aimo, ex KSI and UNE, won the Drekikier seat yesterday!! All you ex-KSI's, Anton will be tapping you for advice on how he can develop his electorate. Be prepared. Its now the start of translating rhetoric into action!!

Anthony Smare
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Steve
Steve

July 10th, 2002, 12:31 pm #7

Hi there A.S,

Thanks for letting us know of this well educated chap from Sepik. I am proud that people of ESP have woken up to the call of revolutionising our province in this new Millenium.

Well, congratulations to Mr. Aimo and lets hope people from that part of the province receive what we all have advocated for - real and tangible development of social and economic services.

One big cheers to the voters - they deserve the tap!!

Steve.
UK.
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