The former police reservist says he has spent considerable time in the community and as the MP, it is his responsibility to take the lead and work with government agencies like the police and Correctional Service.
“I will be spending my Christmas, basically the three days, on the streets of Madang in terms of addressing law and order,” he says.
Kramer states a lot of people in villages and in town will be doing their Christmas shopping and are typically subject to petty crimes.
“So this time I’ve made a commitment to ending that. I will be on the street working in partnership with Madang police.
“I’d like to extend my Christmas greetings and well wishes to the people of Madang in this festive season,” he adds.
“This Christmas will be hard. I’m hoping that you will have a safe Christmas and look forward to next year.”
Meantime, Transport Minister Wesley Nukundj has also extended his greetings to the people of Papua New Guinea.
“I’d like to wish everyone throughout the country, Merry Christmas and Happy New year.
“From wherever you are, from point A to point B, you are going to use transport to move. We ask you all to take care whenever you are travelling throughout the festive season,” Nukundj says.