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28 June 2014


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Thank you all for your support and we look forward to the presentation day.

Congrats bro! Keep doing what you are doing.
Now, that's nation-building!

This is awesome. Good on you man.

Go Shadrach... Go keep going bro...

Very inspiring, well done and congratulations Shadrach.

Firstly, my huge thank you to Benny of the Post Courier for the great story. I am sorry I never got the opportunity to thank you personally.

I never anticipated such publicity because personally I am a silent achiever. I don't brag too much about personal achievements. My thankfulness is only expressed with silent tears of joy.

Yes I have a great heart for my country, Papua New Guinea and so no matter how badly I performed academically, my love for my country drove me on to doing extraordinary things beyond people's expectations.

A person with big incredible dreams never sleeps. He carries the nation in his heart. His body wears away but his heart beats for his nation. He fails so many times but as long as his heart is still beating, he picks himself up and tries again and again and again. He bleeds and he cries but he presses on.

He graciously endures the storm because he knows on the other side, there is a rainbow. He knows he has only One Life. And this life he will lay down for his people.

My dream for my country still stands: to touch people's lives right down to the grass roots level with innovative technological solutions to improve their livelihoods and communication.

I love Papua New Guinea.

Dange Anutu!

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