While this move was supported by the Opposition, the National Housing Corporation Managing Director John Dege has handed in his resignation today which will be effective as of October 20.
In an earlier PNG Media report, Mr. Dege has terminated more than 50 staff to clean the corruption.
PNG Loop reports the housing board meet to accept his resignation resignation.
A report will be presented to parliament on the investigations.
Housing issues are long overdue. Somewhere along the way, some things needed to be done to correct the housing problems in PNG.
PNG will earnestly wait for the outcome this investigation. It must not be just another investigation to go under the carpet. Somethings must be done for justice here.
|Photo: PNG's National Housing Corporation Managing Director John Dege who resigned today (11/10/16) to allow for investigations. Image: PNG Loop / Supplied.|