Sepik’s deprived people suffering

Letters

SEPIK needs change after over 40 years of independence.
Basic services like health, education, roads and transport networks, communications systems and economic developments have not reached the remote and isolated areas of Sepik.
Can the new MPs come to the aid of our people and deliver better services?
As a teacher, I have travelled the Sepik from the river mouth to the headwaters and I know what life is like in those remote places.
People who live in those remote areas are like the Untouchables of Papua New Guinea.
They are underprivileged and marginalised.
Sepik MPs should concentrate on rural development.

Concerned Sepik
Hanyak village
Kubalia

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