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Water woe
Eda Ranu was summoned by a department to explain why there was no water at Waigani House. Workers quickly attended to the problem knowing they could be answering to higher authority next. Well, someone had inadvertently switched off the water main. Huge sigh of relief all around.
Giants clash
Cannot wait for the Panthers-Roosters game on Friday night. Should be a thriller. Broncos fans may want to watch this one too.
Still behind
Sad that in this day and age with so much progress and advancement made we still have people clinging to old beliefs such as sorcery. Missionary Anton Lutz’s idea of starting a Women’s Lives Matter campaign makes sense. The MPs of these areas should lead it, for once.
Bad speak
Goodbye English. RIP.
Bad example
A meeting of government officers outside Port Moresby stood out for one thing – only a few were wearing masks. Oh, that’s right, the virus exists only in the city. Even the owner of the meeting venue did not provide any sanitiser.
No control
Road transport officers and police may have given up on policing our roads to check on overloaded buses and passengers refusing to wear masks. Over to you Mister Manning.
After hours
When the bell has rung signalling the end of class but the teachers is still teaching. Give me a break.
Food for thought
Don’t close the book when bad things happen in your life. Just turn the page and begin a new chapter.
Top quote
“They are going to judge you no matter what you do. So let them judge you for your truth.” – Bryant McGill.

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