Port Moresby not safe

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PORT Moresby isn’t safe anymore for women.
The cases of rape and attempted rape have surfaced last week and come Independence day, you could expect to hear more news on this.
The recent provincial days have become a breeding ground for opportunist, drunkards, rapists, fornicators, drug addicts etc, to flourish.
For example at a provincial day in Erima, a girl was raped in broad daylight. Gordon, Sabama, Koki, 4-mile and even Ela beach have been ruled by thugs, there could be other places too.
Those mentioned places, I’ve failed to see a decent looking person with a friendly face, everybody looks like they are going to rob me.
The prime minister has openly proclaimed PNG as a Christian nation and I believe that demonic spirits have lifted their influence on people they possess on the streets of Port Moresby.
They (demons) are not scared.
The rape demon has come out openly through the Erima and PRL incident and it’s only going to get worse come independence day.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, and against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:12).
My plea is to anyone reading this to brukim skru go lo the great “I AM”, “The Burning Bush”, “The Pillar of Fire”, to “The God of all gods” and the “King of all kings” for our city. We should make war against these entities through prayer and not let this city under siege by demons because whose stronger satan or my Jesus.
Last time I checked, there is nothing such as the blood of Jesus.

City dweller

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