Jayapura, Jubi – Governor of Papua Lukas Enembe urged all government employees including military and police who serve in Papua to stand for and do good for the people of Papua.
“I ask that anyone who serves in Papua to do good for Papuans,” Enembe said in Jayapura, Papua last week.
He said the issue Papua is very sensitive and could tarnish Indonesia’s image in the eyes of the world. “So if we want to maintain the reputation of the Republic of Indonesia, we have to make the best, do not make trouble,” he said.
Importantly, said Enembe, in doing your duty in Papua,we need to ensure that none of Papuans die because the impact will be enormous. So whatever happens today, the whole world will know.
“Do not create a problem. Even, the Papuans should no longer die in our hands. We are doing here, but Jakarta will get headache, “he said.
He then hoped the people of Papua to continue to pray for the leaders. “So all of us who serve in Papua, including military / police to maintain the peace so that the message that we can tell about Indonesia in the eyes of the world are good. Papuans are rare and unique so we have to save,” Enembe stated. (Alexander Loen/Tina)