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By Jim John

The people in North Fly District of Western Province have been told to utilize their lands.

Currently, most people in North Fly are not doing so, and this is why roads have not reached the rural villages.

This was expressed by the Member for North Fly, James Donald.

“Most times, our people cry for road accessibility and when roads are built, there is no activity on the roads.” he said.

He emphasized that since 2018, the District Development Authority (NFDDA) had focused on road connectivity, and that work is in progress to ensure roads are open for agricultural activities. He clarified that roads within the district include Tabubil-Atemkit-Kavarabip soon to construct, Alicepit-Ambaga-Butmabin-Indonesia border road which will be the international road linking PNG and Indonesia, Kmom-Tmansawenai P’nyang road, Okmenga-Olsobip road, Gre-Drimgas road and others.

“Don’t hang around doing nothing in Kiunga town, Ningerum and Tabubil. Be a productive person who can bring change in your own villages. Services can be provided if you cultivate your own land.” He urged.

Mr. Donald added that the NFDDA will continue to work in partnership with the Fly River Provincial Government and other key stakeholders to ensure those accessible roads are connected in the district.

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