Affected residents to contact NCD Governor’s office

Port Moresby residents whose vehicles were damaged, or stolen, during the Governor’s Walk for Life are advised to get in touch with his office.

The weekly walk took a turn for the worse on Sunday when opportunists attacked motorists and commuters.

National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop says he will help repair the damages and loss to cars and property.

He further revealed that NCDC buses were also vandalised and attacked during the walk. Stones and rocks were hauled at the buses until the windows shattered.

Though Sunday’s situation was regrettable, Parkop says he will not let these hooligans stop the event that bonds residents together.

The governor is assuring everyone that security will be provided for future walks, and the continuous stoning and property damage will be curbed once and for all.

Parkop is also warning these thugs and young boys that they will be locked up without hesitation.

(One of the damaged city buses)

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Imelda Wavik