Parents urged to claim their lost son

National, Normal


A FOUR-year-old boy, believed to be from the Southern region, was found in the middle of Hohola, Port Moresby, dressed only in  trousers, at about 8am yesterday.
The youngster is now with Theresa Nagi, a resident of Hohola One.
Mrs Nagi’s nephew, Edward Kalisibeba, said the child had been crying for a long time and had lost his voice and could not talk.
“Aunt Theresa tried her best to make him talk but he was still in a state of shock.
“The child appeared to be scared and efforts to communicate with him  were not successful,” he said.
“We don’t know his name but definitely he must be from here and we would want his parents to come forward and get their son,” he said.
Mrs Nagi can be contacted on 3246806 or 71817415.
Meanwhile, information is being sought for another missing person, Tennille Benson Konofaro, 16, of Lufa district, Eastern Highlands province.
She has been missing since Aug 5 from her home at Morata 2.
She was last seen at about 10pm that day, wearing a white beachwear and green round neck singlet.
The relatives are now calling on anyone with information to contact
the father, Benson Konofaro on 72999037 or 7688 8730.