Kua tō te ra ki te noho taiapa a te Kīngitanga mō ngā mahi tōrangapū. Koinei tā te māngai mo te Kīngitanga a Rahui Papa i muri i ngā whiu kupu mō tā Kingi Tuheitia whakahē i a Reipa me Aotearoa Tuatahi i te koroneihana i Ngaruawahia i ngā rangi whakatā.
E ai ki te māngai mo te Kīngitanga a Rahui Papa kāhore rawa ngā kōrero tōrangapū i kuhu ki ngā kauhau a Te Arikinui Te Atairangi Kaahu engari kua tō te rā te noho taiapa a te kīngitanga.
“Times have changed. Everything is seen and heard through the media and Facebook. So if the King keeps his thoughts to himself, how do we know what he's really thinking?” hei tā Papa.
E whai ana tēnei i te whakahē a Kingi Tuheitia mō Reipa me Aotearoa Tuatahi i tana kauhau ki te koroneihana i tū ki Ngaruawahia i ngā rangi whakatā
“It really hurt me when the leader of the Labour Party says I’ll never work with the Māori Party and oh I’m not voting for them anymore. NZ First I don’t know about those fullas, he might be a Māori but he doesn't act like one.”
Papa says, “Mai ano mai ano kua noho pati kore te kingitanga heoi ano i tenei tau ko te whakaaro kua pupu ake i roto i te ngakau o te kingi nana raa era korero.”
Otira e ai ki te kaiārahi o Aotearoa Tuatahi a Winston Peters kei te hē rawa atu ngā kōrero a tana kaitohutohu kore mōhio ki te porotiki.
“I seriously regretted him coming off the bench and getting involved in the ruck or the case of ordinary politics it’s not what his predecessors would have done and nor should be have done it,” hei tā Peters.
Hei tā Papa, “Ahakoa te turanga o tuku o wai o nanaia o wai atu o wai atu o wai atu ka noho te kingitanga e kore nei e whakaaruaru i tetahi pati kotahi ka mahi i te kawanatanga ahakoa ko wai tera i roto i te wa.”
I whakapā atu a Te Kaea ki a Tukuroirangi Morgan engari kāre anō ia kia whakahoki kōrero mai.