The National, Wednesday 19th September 2012
By DAVID WAPAR
JUNE Valley, a multi-cultural suburb, will see more development if people join hands, Moresby Northwest MP Michael Malabag says.
Malabag was at the launching of the Malabag Youths Skills Development and Employment Creation project at the June Valley Fox oval in Port Moresby yesterday.
“This community needs responsibility,” he said.
While urging people to change their attitude towards development, Malabag said it was healthy to see them work closely with law enforcers.
However he condemned the bad reputation of the police force.
“The role of police has been questioned by the community. Police force should be free to operate without interference from the outside,” Malabag said.
Police could not be reached for comment yesterday.
Malabag added that youths could be engaged in so many ways to keep them off trouble.
Dale Fisher, managing director of the Fisher Training and Recruitment Academy, shared a similar opinion.
“I’m looking for excellence… and excellence comes with the right attitude,” he said.
Fisher, whose company is a key player in the project, urged participants to give their best.