TIPNG Chairman, Stephen Lawrence launched the booklet and called on the public to hold the government accountable and demand them for answers.
He pointed out that a vital part of society was mainstream media. Although, Lawrence added, it has a role to play, the last ten years has seen a demise.
Former Post Courier Boss, Alexander Rheeny said Journalism in PNG lacks the follow up stories. The 19-page report was compiled by the veteran Journalist.
At the centre of this, is the appointment of a State Minister Implicated in the more recent Manumanu land deal controversy worth K46 million.Read more