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10 June 2017

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Some of us are still interested to know what transpired about the inquiry of the police shooting.

It seems publicity of such incident is suppressed or put on hold to serve the interest of a particular group or person. I believe this is among many issues that once being the hottest topic of all sorts of media and most talked about by the bulk of the population and then buried up so quickly and being the quietest.

Such actions are unarguable forms of the high mounted corrupt activities happening in the country.

It's the responsibility of every citizen of this country to weed out corruption and be a good citizen to make this place a better place to live.

The onus is on us.

Leadership is key to any organized activity; oneness and solidarity for the cause. Many students suffered as a result of the protest. However, if there was a plan laid out and all stuck to the common goal, one of many corruption within the govt system could have been put out in the open as a result of the student protests.

Popular Brian Kramer offered K100, 000 for legal fees if the student leaders wanted to take the matter to court. What happened then?

The matter is one statistics added onto a number of investigations yet to be carried out, or studies completed. Sad case...when will PNG people rise up against corruption?

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