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NCDC, MKA continue to focus on developing villages and settlements

By Alu Aluvula

The NCDC and MKA continue its partnership plight in ensuring better lives is the way forward for people of settlements in NCD and villages within the Motu Koitabu areas.

In as many visits in the past week, NCD Governor Hon Powes Parkop has ensured the people of Seventh Block at Duran Farm, 8 Mile and most recently the people of Tatana village on the outskirts of Port Moresby, continue to realise this goal the Governor has always had, is now coming to fruition.

Deputy Governor for NCD and MKA Chairman Hon Dadi Toka Jr, was also at Tatana village this week to officially open a double storey building that accommodates four classrooms.

Hon Toka said this was the goal of the Commission and the MKA, to improve the lives of the traditional land owners (apart from those in the settlements).

This was the same message Governor Parkop gave to the people of Duran Farms, Seventh Block at 8 Mile, when he a announced the launching of the water and power supply project plans a week ago.

"It has been my dream ever since I was given the mandate when I first came into politics 2007, to lift the standard of living conditions for the people in the settlements to upgrade their residential areas to suburban standards and to also improve the lives of the traditional landowners in the MKA villages," said Parkop.

In addition Hon Toka also reiterated Mr Parkops vision and on his behalf encouraged the school children of Tatana to work hard and be successful in life.

"This is a partnership between NCDC and the MKA and we will continue this to make sure living conditions of city residents especially in these two major areas (settlements and MKA vilages) is such that the basic needs of goods and services are received well by them from the relevant authorities," said Mr Toka.

The classrooms were built by Phoenix Construction Limited to the tune of K2 million and the interior furniture was donated by Origin Energy Limited.

The community of Tatana were greatly appreciative of the Commission's and MKAs efforts and thanked the authorities for this development that focusses on bettering the education of children who are the future leaders of this nation.

"We want Port Moresby to be an Amazing City and this is the way forward in achieving this goal," said the Governor.

 

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NCDC, MKA continue to focus on developing villages and settlements

By Alu Aluvula

The NCDC and MKA continue its partnership plight in ensuring better lives is the way forward for people of settlements in NCD and villages within the Motu Koitabu areas.

In as many visits in the past week, NCD Governor Hon Powes Parkop has ensured the people of Seventh Block at Duran Farm, 8 Mile and most recently the people of Tatana village on the outskirts of Port Moresby, continue to realise this goal the Governor has always had, is now coming to fruition.

Deputy Governor for NCD and MKA Chairman Hon Dadi Toka Jr, was also at Tatana village this week to officially open a double storey building that accommodates four classrooms.

Hon Toka said this was the goal of the Commission and the MKA, to improve the lives of the traditional land owners (apart from those in the settlements).

This was the same message Governor Parkop gave to the people of Duran Farms, Seventh Block at 8 Mile, when he a announced the launching of the water and power supply project plans a week ago.

"It has been my dream ever since I was given the mandate when I first came into politics 2007, to lift the standard of living conditions for the people in the settlements to upgrade their residential areas to suburban standards and to also improve the lives of the traditional landowners in the MKA villages," said Parkop.

In addition Hon Toka also reiterated Mr Parkops vision and on his behalf encouraged the school children of Tatana to work hard and be successful in life.

"This is a partnership between NCDC and the MKA and we will continue this to make sure living conditions of city residents especially in these two major areas (settlements and MKA vilages) is such that the basic needs of goods and services are received well by them from the relevant authorities," said Mr Toka.

The classrooms were built by Phoenix Construction Limited to the tune of K2 million and the interior furniture was donated by Origin Energy Limited.

The community of Tatana were greatly appreciative of the Commission's and MKAs efforts and thanked the authorities for this development that focusses on bettering the education of children who are the future leaders of this nation.

"We want Port Moresby to be an Amazing City and this is the way forward in achieving this goal," said the Governor.

 

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