Jelta Wong

Police Minister focused on improving policing

Queried during his first official event as the minister in charge of police, Wong stated that this is the first of the many events that he will ensure to provide in bringing out the best of the RPNGC.

He said there has been a lot of negative vibe towards the Royal Papua New Guinea in the past, but this is about to change.

Wong reiterated that after this event, there will be many more that will follow; RPNGC will return to its former glory.

Jelta Wong – Police Minister

ENB MPs sworn in as Ministers

The leaders were sworn in by Governor-General Sir Bob Dadae today at the Government House in Port Moresby.

The sworn-in Ministers included Kokopo MP Emil Tammur as Culture and Tourism Minister, Gazelle MP Jelta Wong as Police Minister and Pomio MP Elias Kapavore as the Public Service Minister.

The leaders told Loop PNG that their move to the Government is for the benefit of the province and not for their personal gain.

Minister Tammur and Minister Wong said criticisms by people from ENB are only from a minority.

Young Wong contests Gazelle Open seat

Kerevat is the growth centre of Gazelle district, the biggest district in East New Britain province.
The town was awaken to the blaring of vehicle horns, loud hailers and chants for a much deserved change for the people who have seen meager government services over the last five years.

Jelta Wong, a local boy who grow up all his life in the Gazelle outback and seen how his people suffer from basic government services over the years, promised by leaders during election time has stepped forward to be the channel for service to his people without fear or favour.