first_imgThe baton was officially welcomed at Ela Beach and then made its way throughout Motu Koita villages.The relay started at Korobosea then headed to Mahuru, Kilakila and Pari and ended Day one at Vabukori Village.At Pari village, the baton ran through the main village then made its final stop at the primary school where girls dressed in traditional attire welcomed the baton.The students and villagers rushed to see and feel the baton before it was driven to Vabukori.On Tuesday, people from the Moresby North West Electorate will join in the Relay commencing its journey at CPL Gerehu and ending at Murray Barracks.North East residents will witness the relay’s journey on Wednesday. It will start at the Parliament House and will end at the Jack Pidik Park.The residents of Moresby South electorate will have the opportunity to be part of the relay on Thursday, when the Oil Search Pacific Games Relay visits their suburbs.Then on Friday, it will visit the Motu Koita East villages starting at Baruni, followed by Tatana and finally Hanuabada.The relay will end its National Capital District journey at the Sir Hubert Murray Stadium on Friday night.last_img

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