We must accept negative reports of violence reported in our country, says Evangelical Lutheran Church (ELCPNG) of Papua New Guinea’s head bishop.
Reverend Jack Urame said we must accept negative reports as reported by the media and see how best we can improve.
He said the negative reports shouldn’t discourage citizens of this country and hiding from further contributing in shifting.
Urame said every individual citizens, churches and stakeholders have a duty to work together as team to improve and prove to that negative reports.
He stated that the bad reports should be stepping stone for everyone to step on and focus in a new direction.
Urame made this statement in referring to recent reports of hit violence cases reported by main stream media during the campaign, polling and counting throughout the country.