RELEVANT authorities in East Sepik, especially Wewak, seem to be turning a blind eye on the breakdown of services. Town residents are becoming victims of unreliable and vital services such as water and power supplies.
Services get turned off without prior warnings.
Sea water is eating away into the land and roads and we can blame climate change for that.
But are there plans in place to divert the roads such as the one leading to Cape Wom Memorial Beach and Moem Barracks or the stretch of road from Windjammer to the heart of Wewak town?
The road from Kaindi gets worse whenever it rains.
Who is responsible for this?