The National, Friday 21st September 2012
A 60-YEAR-old widow, out of her generosity, provided accommodation to a Boroko United church group that travelled to Cairns Australia, recently on Christian duty.
When they left her home, the widow discovered some of her belongings were stolen.
Apart from missing jewellery, she lost her most treasured and precious memorabilia of her late husband – his WWII medals.
What significance do these medals have for the thieves?
I urge them, as Christians, to return the medals to a broken-hearted widow who gave Papua
New Guineans shelter when they needed it most.