EAST SEPIK needs change after 42 years of independence.
Basic vital services of health, education, road, transport, communication and economic development are not reaching into remote and isolated East Sepik areas.
Can recently-elected East Sepik MPs ensure better delivery of these basic services?
Governor Allan Bird should be at the forefront.
I have traveled the Sepik River from where it reaches the sea to its headwaters as a simple teacher.
I have felt the pinch of what life is like in these remote places.
These people can be described among the ‘most-underprivileged and marginalised.
It is about time East Sepik MPs should concentrate on rural development.