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26 October 2018

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You felt sad, Lawrence, but imagine how the women felt seeing those gleaming white cars coming to the city where they lying dying from cancer in the hospital.

Or the weary folk of Orokolo walking the overgrown bush track of what was once a road to Ihu government station.

The frustrated citizens of Wasu looking at the broken concrete of their Kiari Bridge in Tawae-Siassi.

PNG citizens warily treading the slats of their footbridge in the polluted Lai River valley which leads to Mil-Werip or Pinj from Mendi.

The mother and children crossing Mausbox foot bridge in rural Wau-Bulolo. Made from jungle sticks and WW2 Marsden matting – a sad testimony to 89 years of gold mining in the area.
The hard working unpaid LOs chopping logs on the Magi Highway to try and make their Doma to Cloudy Bay road passable.
Passengers on their PMV looking over the side to the drop into the Hau Creek on the Ramu Madang Highway, similarly at Mata in Chimbu.

Travellers getting muddied as they struggle to push even a 4-wheel drive out of pig-wallow once their road in Okapa.

The 5,000 citizens live along Raniolo Rd in rural ENB they not only have no maintained road but survive with no water and no electricity.

We know the leaders are not illiterate so perhaps they have decided not to read the two daily newspapers of PNG with such obviously ‘fake news’ or ‘fake pictures’ submitted by Oh’Neill critics.

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