The National, Friday June 21st, 2013
THE MP for Goilala in Central, Daniel Mona, presented K20,000 as tuition fees to the International Training Institute (ITI) for Goilala students.
The cheque was given to the ITI administration in Port Moresby on Wednesday. with 50% of the money to be used for public servants’ corporate training in his electorate and the other half for fulltime students.
“I want the public servants to train and master computer skills because today information and data are all computerised,” he said.
“I will make sure students’ financial constraints are taken care of, especially school fees.”
ITI administration manager Namah Makindi thanked Mona for choosing to invest on students attending ITI.
“As a stereotype, we have always seen Goilala as a bad influence in the community but your investment in the students has proven us wrong,” Makindi said.
The MP has also presented K25,000 each to the University of Papua New Guinea and Port Moresby Institute of Matriculation Studies to help Goilala students.