Expansion of fish market in city to start next year, says Tkatchenko


THE expansion of the Koki fish market in Port Moresby will start next year, Moresby South MP Justin Tkatchenko said on a visit to Fishermen Island on Sunday.
Tkatchenko said the project had been approved by National Capital District Governor Powes Pakop and would be tendered to a contractor to work on the project.
He said the expansion would include a restaurant so locals from his electorate could sell their fish to. He said the development of the market would also create employment for people in Moresby South.
He said it would be a modern facility which would also cater for tourists and visitors.
“Police manpower will be increased at the Koki police post to make sure that there is visibility of law enforcement in the area to ensure peace and order.”
Tkatchenko also opened an ablution block at the Sabama Seventh Day Adventist Church and pledged to help the church next year.
He said through the church- government partnership they would address the electorate’s law and order issues.
Tkatchenko said the ablution block was built by church members for K50,000.

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  • I hope all MPs should be like Justin and Parkop. There’s no doubt, these guys are really best leaders who are always service oriented. A lot of people have benefited from them so far.

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