Ahead of PON, the East Java Alumni Association and the Archipelago Community Clean up the Garbage in Jayapura City

goodmorningpapua.com – Ahead of the  National Sports Week (PON) XX of Papua 2021, the East Java Alumni Association would clean up Jayapura City.

A chairman of the East Java Alumni of Papua Province, Yohannes Mamot said the city cleaning action was conducted to realize a clean urban environment. In carrying out the cleaning up action in Jayapura City, the East Java Alumni Association would involve  the communities in Jayapura City.

“Later on, we will clean up Jayapura City with the Javanese, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papuan associations. The clean-up action of Jayapura City will involve 400 -500 people. All of them will be distributed at 8 location points, starting from the Mandala Dok V area to the city limits and Jayapura Regency,” he explained, when met by reporters, Tuesday, September 7, 2021.

Momot explained as a good citizen of the city, in welcoming guests who came from outside the area, one of them was by creating a clean city.

“We will hold a clean-up on September 11, 2021 and involve various associations, and car or motorcycle clubs are also involved,” he said.

He added that the city cleaning-up action is a real support for the East Java Association, as a resident of Jayapura City. His party has also informed the agenda of the activity to the Mayor of Jayapura.

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For your information, the East Java Association is an alliance of Papuan youth studying in the East Java Province.

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