After the termination of John Mangos as Executive Directive for PNG Power, the Energy Workers Union now really wants to see stability restored back in the firm.
According to the Energy Workers Union President Mr Edward Gisa, this year has not been good for them because they have been caught up with a lot of issues either from the changes at the Board and Management level and down to the workers' Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.
“Right now there are lots of confusions and uncertainties amongst the workers nationwide and we are yet to implement the Bargaining Agreement for the workers since its signing,” Gisa said.
Meantime, after the termination of Mangos, the PNG Power Board is yet to decide on whether suspended CEO, Mr. John Tangit will return as head of the state owned company.
According to PNG Power Board Chairman Mr. Larry Andangali, Mr. Tagit is still under suspension indefinitely until State sanction investigation into the management of Rural Electrification program is completed. At the moment John Yanis is still the Acting CEO.
Meantime, Andagali said all investigation report and Boards decisions and recommendations on the termination of Mangos will be sent to the Minister for Kumul Consolidated Holdings Limited Hon. Ben Micah, to decide on the future of his directorship in the company.