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PNG Independence Unity Walk for Equality during 45th Anniversary

Parts of the  Port Moresby city’s roads came to a standstill on Sunday  morning due to the Independence Unity Walk and a dance performance.  

The dance was equally performed twice by both men and women folks to the beat of Jerusalema song, both at the Boroko Drive and the at Paga Hill Ring road where the walk finished.

It was aimed at creating a platform where both genders feel free to exercise their rights to freedom which have been absent in reality of women and girls for the last 45 years of PNG’s nationhood.  

Before their start of the walk at the Jack Pidik Park at 5:00am, participants were subject to strict Covid-19 protocols of temperature checks, hand sanitising, wear masks and physical distancing. 

The city residents representing various ethnic groups, united during the walk and dance for Equality.

If PNG wants to become a better, model country in future, men folk should work in partnership with women and girls, said to NCD Governor Powes Parkop.

The event was hosted days in advance to set the pace for the rest of the country and put everyone on mood to celebrate the country’s 45th Independence Anniversary next Wednesday. 

Governor Parkop calls on men folk to take back PNG by recognising and empowering women and girls as equal partners. 


Governor Parkop leading the INDEPENDENCE Unity Walk and Dance


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