Students lead Walk Against Corruption

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MORE than 100 students from primary and secondary schools and workers joined Lae MP John Rosso and Met Supt Anthony Wagambie Jr in the Walk against Corruption on Saturday.
The 6km walk began from the Lae International School through the central business district, past St Mary’s Church, onto the old airfield, to Aircorps Road, Milfordhaven Road past the Botanical Gardens and onto Huon Road to 7th Street and back to the school.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Northern Command Peter Guiness said he was impressed with students taking part.
“I am very happy to see children taking part because you are the next generation,” he said.
“Our mindsets must change if we want to become better people, and make PNG a better country.”
Rosso said: “The crowd is small. Spread the word that next year we will walk again.
“We won’t fix everything. We cannot perform miracles. But we will try our best to straighten our city.”
The annual Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption was also observed in Port Moresby and Goroka.

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