Civil servants at Governor Office - Jubi

Papua Governor: My Staffers Not Performing Well

Civil servants at Governor Office - Jubi

Civil servants at Governor Office – Jubi

Jayapura, Jubi – Papua Governor Lukas Enembe said many of his staffers are not performing well. Many programs have been on hold while others have become personal projects.

“I have seen all of this, many plans were made only to get my money. It must be regulated,” said Enembe during a presentation at Papua Regional Heads Meeting in Jayapura on Wednesday (30/3/2016).

According to him, many echelon III and IV are becoming kings and change the working program into personal project to bring some money, though all is merely a nonsense.

“Latter the governor is the one to be accused, so be careful in working. Obtaining appreciation from businessmen is better that creating unreliable projects,” he said.


During the time, said Enembe, he never received a report on the running work programs from his entire staffs, but always took the governor’s name when out of office or after working hours.

“It is already outrage, I will evaluate all,” he said.

He said so far he found difficulty to change his working cabinet due to lack of resources. “I want to change but I don’t have a choice, so I just stand with the existing. So do no tricks,” he said.

Thus, he asked to Papua Regional Secretary Hery Dosinaen as the highest bureaucracy leader at provincial level to immediately manage the second, third and fourth echelon officials who are not well performed but involved into personal project.

“Mr. Secretary, we have to manage our officials because many are not good. It’s a problem,” said the governor to Papua Regional Secretary Heri Dosinaen. (Alexander Loen/rom)

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