The National, Tuesday October 8th, 2013
A BUSINESSMAN in Western Highlands has bought a computer set and a printer for the Avi United 144 Association.
Nelson Watai, owner of Kiam Builders, presented the office equipment to the association in the Anglimp-South Waghi electorate of Jiwaka.
The association has about 200 members, mostly youths.
Watai offered two contracts to the members of the association – for cleaning and beautifying roads at Avi Block and maintaining the Hagen Metal Industry (HMI) warehouse in Mt Hagen.
Watai’s aim is to see how his input will change the members and if they can break their bad habits.
Association chairman David Abel said Watai’s input would help his members.