Monday, January 14, 2013

In Port Moresby today

By MALUM NALU

Pictures of my wanderings around Port Moresby today.
It rained heavily last night and there was rubbish strewn all over the roads and overflowing drains.
We have to stop littering and keep our city clean.
The buai sellers have been chased off the streets by City Rangers engaged by National Capital District Commission (NCDC) and that is helping a lot to keep our city clean.
We may accused the rangers of brutality, however, how else can we get buai sellers to listen to authority?

As expected, the drains around Port Moresby are chock-a-block with all manner of flotsam and jetsam after last night's deluge.



A free car wash in the overflowing drain along Wards Road, Hohola, this morning.



Overflowing drain along Wards Road, Hohola, this morning.




Nice, shady corner next to Bishop Brothers, Wards Road, Hohola.




Filthy sight along Wards Road, Hohola, this morning.

You may accuse the City Rangers of brutality against buai sellers, however, for one thing, the place looks so much better without buai sellers. This area outside BSP Waigani, where the paper seller is sitting, is usually knee-deep with buai sellers and buai pekpek.


Today is the first day I've seen the bemobile bus stop along Waigani Drive so clean. Why? The buai sellers have been chased away by the City Rangers!




This is the area outside The National office, Waigani Drive, which is maintained by our gardeners.






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