By Stanley Ove Jr – EM TV, Port Moresby
Reformed youths of Port Moresby’s North-East electorate have taken up the task to protect and control public commuters in the GGordon’sarea.
After surrendering illegal arms to NCD police last week, they are now vying for positive community service engagement.
Youth spokesman, Taylor Enoga on behalf of Chairman, Stanley James said the initiative to protect and control the temporary bus stop at Unagi Oval was an initiative of the NCD Police and the youths.
Enoga said after giving up on crime, the youths are now opting for positive change and want to contribute to the development of the city.
Meanwhile, NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Andy Bawa said the youths will not perform police duties but will assist police in controlling the rate of petty crimes between the Erima and GGordon’sareas.
Public safety was assured by reformed youth Enoga. He assured city residents commuting by public transport to and from the GGordon’stemporary bus stop that they will be protected this festive season.