The National, Wednesday October 9th, 2013
THE PNG school of government formerly known as the Institute of Public Administration Collage is taking a bold stand to support the ban on betel nuts in the capital.
Yala Yatu informed his staff members that the school of government will not tolerate any staff members and their dependants involved in this activity.
They would be disciplined and dealt with accordingly.
If all the government departments and statutory bodies follow this simple example and think positively by giving directions to their departments and organisations like PNGIPA has done, we will all contribute to the cleanliness of the city.
Remember, Governor Powes Parkop is not the only one who will benefit from the cleanliness.