The People’s National Congress Party (PNC) parliamentary leader received overwhelming support and made his points clear to those who gathered.
He said the free education program is at its infant stage hence, the desired results will take time.
“The full potential of the Free Education Policy has not yet been reached”, said PM O’Neill.
“We are yet to see the fruits of this policy because it is at its infant stage.”
According to PM O’Neill, PNC will maintain its policies and move the country forward if its candidates get the desired numbers after polling despite the criticisms.
O’Neill made this statement during his campaign rally two days ago at Kewabi Village of Ialibu Pangia District in Southern Highlands province.
He says PNC’s policy of ‘free education and free health’ is the cornerstone of developing PNG’s next generation and securing the future.
Being challenged by 9 other candidates for the Ialibu Pangia seat, O’Neill is confident of returning, as polling looms.
“PNC will form the next Government”, reiterated O’Neill.
O’Neill’s visit to the district is the 3rd during the campaign duration.