Merauke, Jubi (8/3) – As many as 348 families (KK) who live in the Wasur National Park area face life difficulties as they can not clear the land in the conservative area.
This statement was said by acting head of Wasur village, Yohanes Mahuze in a dialogue with commander XVII / Cenderawasih, Maj. Christian Sebua in the Wasur village on Saturday (8/3).
He then continued they encountered various restrictions, one of them is to renovate their houses. So, they hoped that they could get any housing funds. “Yes, this is residents aspirations,” Mahuze said.
Commander XVII / Cenderawasih, Maj. Christian Sebua said, he will accommodate and consider their aspirations.
Sebua then added, their coming to visit the Wasur village was to share their love to the local community, as well as coincide with the anniversary of the Military Wives Union (Persit).
” Military wives had some packets for the community. Do not look at the price of them but the more important is to maintain the relationship between us, “he said.
He hoped the community will always remember God, work harder and send their children to school.
“The Papuan people have rich natural resources and these should be used wisely,” he said. (Jubi / Frans L Kobun/ Tina)