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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Tapini district LLG gets fourth vehicle

Below: Governor Alphonse Moroi giving the new vehicle key to the Local Level Government President Tumai Eri during the presentation ceremony hosted in Tapini by the Tapini LLG.

TAPINI Local Level Government in Central province has added a brand new Toyota land cruiser to their fleet of vehicles.

The vehicle would be used to help the people of the electorate to make electoral runs and move vegetables and local produce to markets in the National Capital District.

Central Governor Alphonse Moroi in presenting the keys of the new landcrusier said his purpose of the visit was to see the administration because for so many years services to the district was slow.

He told the people that the vehicle was given to the LLG for their benefit and not for public servants and LLG councilors to use for drinking sprees.

“When handing down the 2010 budget in Nov 2009, the government said the budget was to empower the rural population. The new vehicle is inline with this,” Mr Moroi said.

He thanked  Goilala MP Mathew Poiya for enabling the maintenance the Goilala highway and promised that he is committed to supporting him in the delivery of services to the people of Goilala.

The Governor committed K371, 000 for the Guari and Arerimu road and another K300, 000 for the Kerau road upgrading. He told the people to dirty their hands and to use the road service to bring money into the district.

Meanwhile Mr Moroi accepted the apology of the youths from Ivani village who damaged the Government vehicle after an accident on the highway and advised them to unite with the people of Goilala in building the district.

The Governor also presented K15, 000 to the 10 wards of the district.    

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