Firm gives to victims

National, Normal

The National, Tuesday March 4th, 2014

 A Security firm donated cash and food items to people displaced by an ethnic clash at the Limki settlement in Lae.

Kuima Security Services officials met with Kabwums of Morobe and Chimbu settlers separately and gave K2,000 each and over K13,000 worth of food items. 

The company’s headquarters is located at Limki, where the clash erupted last week following the death of a teenager.

During the fight, 48 houses were burnt down affecting more than 400 people.

Anton Kaupa, KSS owner, when presenting the money and foodstuff to Kabwums at his company yard in Limki, said he wished to see the fighting stop and normalcy restored.

“It is a difficult time but we must let our anger go and  live in peace,” Kaupa said.

“I am from Chimbu but the company belongs to Morobeans because its headquarters is in Morobe.

“This is not the first time we have assisted people. 

“We have been doing it in the past and we will continue to assist you,” Kaupa said.