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11 October 2018

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You will be amazed at how well the Australian aid work is performing when the minister sums up her journey to the media.

Ya las mono kani, I agree Paul. We in Chimbu would love a visit by a senator, even for a few hours. SWA can show the senator the real PNG, being driven from Goroka to Chimbu on our Okuk H'way - the world's best - without police escorts, nosy media, pretentious politicians.

Stop at the roadside at Daulo Top and talk to a buai seller, visit an aid post and hopefully catch up some real TB patients, visit a village and see and feel the poverty level...how does that sound?

Can never be real! Only a dream.

What about actually getting out of Moresby and only listening the PS BS Brigade and their O/S aid consultants and actually visiting the real PNG?

Las momo kani. Nogat tru.

A word or two about climate change might be in order too?

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