Thursday, March 03, 2011

Eye sore!

Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare has expressed disappointment at the graffiti which appeared on the beautiful bird of paradise sculptures at the Boroko roundabout in NCD.
Graffiti has been sprayed over the less-than-a-month painting of the “birds of paradise”.
Loiterers are also a problem as was captured yesterday in these AURI EVA pictures.
 The prime minister expressed his displeasure while opening the PNG national orchid garden at 14-Mile last Sunday.


  1. Anonymous10:44 AM

    maybe if the PM creates equal opportunity for all, people will have better things to do...

  2. Anonymous12:03 PM

    Why are we always making excuses for the people that destroy property. It is time to show respect for public property. God says love one unto others as you you would have them do unto you. Let's get back to the "golden rule".

  3. Anonymous2:03 PM

    Why is our prime minister, ministers and beaurocrats making excuses, cover ups, bend rules and make laws at their convenience.

    The political stability enjoyed today by our elite group is at ordinary Papua New Guineans expense. If only the golden rule preached above is practiced by those at the top of the hyrachy, there would be much peace and fair understanding at all levels which would have a trickling-effect.