Hard to serve
It will be hard for MPs who have not received their grants and service improvement programme funds to serve the people who voted for them in 2017. And 2020 is just around the corner so to speak.
City fathers, if they cannot allocate a proper selling venue for informal vendors who are now crowded at the Unagi Oval, should at least provide them rubbish bins. The place will soon look like Baruni.
Colleague tried in vain yesterday morning to stop a bus at a junction near his home in Port Moresby. They would normally stop there but yesterday the drivers and crew ignored him. They must have read about the K2000 fine imposed on one of their colleagues who had who picked up passengers at a spot not designated as a bus stop.
From a reader: Forgive people in your life, even those who are not sorry for their actions. Holding on to anger only hurts you, not them.
The capital city badly needs a central station somewhere in Waigani or Gordon where residents can have easy access to buses. Buses are using the Unagi Oval which has been quite muddy after the downpour on Sunday.
Bus driver did not know that the checker (fare collector) who sits near the door had offered his seat to a passenger and was still to board the bus. The driver left without him.
Thought for today
Often the people who criticise your life are usually the ones who do not know the price you paid to get to where you are today.
“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” — George Bernhard Shaw.
Hard to serve