The National, Friday 12th April, 2013
MOBILE company Digicel has made communication easier for organisers of the Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting which begins next week in Port Moresby.
Digicel presented 54 mobile phones with K50 phone credits in each phone to the organising committee yesterday.
Committee chairman Gideon Oli said they faced potential communication problems for the delegates and had approached the mobile company for assistance.
“I never thought this would happen until yesterday I received a call from Digicel telling me of the presentation,” he said.
“I thank Digicel for their support in providing the mobile phones which I believe will make communication easier for us all.”
Digicel public relations, sponsorship and events manager Jayleen Morris said the phones would serve the communication needs of the delegates during the five-day meeting.
“Digicel PNG is very supportive of such events and will continue to promote its partnership with both the public and private sectors through its initiatives,” she said.
“I commend the Minister for Sports and Pacific Games Justin Tkatchenko and CYMM organising committee members for their tireless effort and time put in to organising the event.”