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Hela Province has witnessed a momentous Repentance, Reconciliation and Forgiveness Day on the 29th of December, 2022.

This significant event was attended by Prime Minister and local member, James Marape, Hela Governor Philip Undialu and Ministers of the Marape/Rosso Government including various tribes in the Hela Province.

This Repentance and Reconciliation Program was spearheaded by the Provincial Police Commander Chief Superintendent Joseph Tondop.

The police boss in the Hela Province says he believes in working in unity and educating everyone on law and order issues amongst other awareness made to the local communities.

Provincial Police Commander Tondop said his command will be working closely with the government and churches to help change mindsets and behaviours of people in the province. 

PPC Tondop said, “I believe change is imminent and we are beginning to see some positive impacts here.”

“Reports for the New Year 2023 can speak for itself. I have faith, with constant awareness and police enforcing law and order, Hela will change for the better.”

Meantime, the province reported a quiet Christmas and New Year with people keeping celebrations at a minimum.

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