Muthuvel happy with outcome of Games


WEST New Britain Governor Sansindran Muthuvel says his province is proud of the success of the PNG Games that ended on Saturday.
Muthuvel accompanied Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to officially close the 7th BSP PNG Games and acknowledged the 16 participating provinces.
“On behalf of all the people of West New Britain, I am truly honoured to announce our pleasure in successfully delivering the 7th BSP PNG Games,” Muthuvel said.
“We are very proud of our achievements of building something out of nothing; we started from zero and we built all these sporting facilities and we thank each and every one for making these games happen.”
Muthuvel said the people of West New Britain were thankful that money was well-spent and all the infrastructures would benefit the future generations.
“Having these sporting facilities like the San Remo sporting precinct and the other satellite sporting venues, West New Britain can become the sporting capital of the New Guinea Islands because the athletics sporting venue here in Kimbe is of international standard.
“The games truly promote national unity and I can truly say that it is a nation-building event. I want to thank all the 16 provinces who have made it happen to come to Kimbe despite the tough economic situations. After the elections there were many new members who were not aware of the commitment, but did all they could to come and participate in these games.
Muthuvel commended Central for winning the Games for the first time in Kimbe.
The contractor that worked on completing the main San Remo sporting precinct presented K10,000 to Team Central.