Jayapura, 13/6 (Jubi) – The chairman of Commission A at the Jayapura Legislative Council, Abisay Rollo, said the city government will provide education and services for Port Numbay children.
“We’re hoping that Port Numbay people will not be like Batavia, or Jakarta,” he told tabloidjubi.com, in Jayapura, Papua on Thursday (12/6).
He said that there needs to be affirmative programs to protect Port Numbay children.
“There should be special rules or local regulations for the protection of native Port Numbay,” he said.
Even so, he did not deny the role of outsiders in building Jayapura.
“I think the Jayapura municipality must realize education funds for Port Numbay students who are now in IPDN (State Government Administrative School),” said Abisay.
Abisay urged the entire community to give their attention to the next generation better.
Bernard Fingkreuw, an adviser with the Port Numbay Generation Association also said that it pushes government to stand and fight for Port Numbay people.
“This organization is a learning organization and I am hoping that through this organization we can create a better future for the next generation on their own land,” he said. (Jubi / Sindung/ Tina)