A person with special needs has challenged candidates and future parliamentarians on how they plan to include people in his community when it comes to policies of this nation.
Forty-six year old Jireh Widuh unlike most people with special needs; he has a permanent job and has been employed for the past 19 years.
As much as he is happy to be employed as a CCTV camera Officer with a security firm in Port Moresby, he does not share the same sentiment when it comes to election in PNG.
Jireh expressed disappointment in this year’s campaigns with the lack of attention given to people with special needs.
He hopes to see the aspiring representative be inclusive in their planning for policies and infrastructures.