WARD 11 Councillor in Waria Local Level Government (LLG), Wau Waria District, Morobe Province expressed his delight that for the first time they can vote in an elected representative to the National Parliament after the successful insertion of a new electorate this year before elections.
Councillor Moses Sega said for the first time Wau Waria people were able to cast their votes to elect their new member of parliament to represent the latest district in the province.
“Campaign and polling went well in the area without any disturbances,”
“We only experienced minor issues on missing names on the common roll book but overall polling went smoothly, ”
“We have 210 eligible voters but only 190 voters voted,”
“Only few people did not have their names to vote which I am part of the voters who did not vote,” Sega said.
He said he has served as Councillor for two terms (Ten years) and voted for three Election periods but this time he discovered his name was not in the roll book to cast vote.
Polling still continues in Wau Waria District.