Sisiak 3 youths walk for change

Youths from Sisiak three in Madang Urban Local Level Government who walked the Kokoda Track arrived back in Madang last week Thursday.

On Behalf of the youths Nick Wanamda who is the leader thanked Madang Open MP Nixon Duban for accommodating them upon arrival at Sogeri plateau in his place and pay for return airline ticket back to Madang.

“We travelled to Lae, got on the boat to Popondetta and walked the Kokoda track on a mission to tell the nation that we have changed, and are  ready to accept development into our area,”

“It took us one week and we arrived in Port Moresby where Minister Duban’s officer welcomed us and  took us to 15 Mile and we spent time with him in Bluff Inn for three days before coming back to Madang,”

Wanamda says despite Minister Duban being busy in handing over and taking over the new Transport and Infrastructure ministry,  he made time available to help us and provide us tickets to come back.

“We thank the Minister for what he has done and urge him to continue his good work in the district to help youths staying out from illegal activities,” Wanamda said.

He also thanked other sponsors in Madang who contributed in cash or kind to make their trip successful.

Wanamda said the youths are now working with the office of Minister Duban to build the new youth hall in Sisiak Three.

He said they have secured land and will get the title of it soon and presenting it to Minister Duban for the release of K100,000 he has committed to build the youth hall.

Reuben Tabel