The National, Thursday 04th April, 2013
THE Kabwum electorate in Morobe yesterday submitted its financial acquittals for last year highlighting major developments in health, education and infrastructure.
MP Bob Dadae said in Port Moresby when presenting the report to the rural development office, that they had seen 60% growth in terms of access to education, health and social infrastructure in the past 10 years.
He said errors were made and lessons learnt but he wanted to continue on the same path for the next five years to ensure they got support from the national government.
“Every year we acquit .. I have always ensured every toea goes to the people.”
Kabwum is the second electorate in Morobe after Lae open to submit its report and the eighth in the Mamose region.
Kabwum used the K2 million DSIP (district services improvement programme) and K500,000 district support grants funds from the government to complete the communication towers, maintain roads, build bridges and establish life-skill programmes for the people.
The submitting of the report will enable Kabwum to get its K10 million funding from the government.