Kouza commits K100,000 to youths

Momase

By VICKY BAUNKE
LAE MP Loujaya Kouza has committed K100,000 to the Yumi stretim youth, Yumi stetim PNG summit in Lae to educate illiterate youths in the country.
It is a voluntary organisation managed and funded by the Exodus Project Management at Bumayong, in partnership with church groups and non-government organisations.
More than 250 youths are involved in it.
The summit on November 30 is to provide primary and secondary education for illiterate and semi illiterate youths.
“Our country has many mineral resources, oil and gas generating billions of kina into the economy. So why can’t it provide education to the increasing illiterate youths (who are) contributing to a lot of law and order issues and social problems?” Kouza said.
“I do not represent any political party. I am God’s woman on the ground and I represent God’s will. My politics is God.”
Kouza said the relationship with the Exodus management was the way forward which could be achieved with God’s help.
Exodus Project Management chief executive officer Noah Ariku highlighted the importance of educating more than four million illiterate and semi-illiterate youths in PNG as a solution to economic problems.

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