Plan for religious radio station in Komo

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The National, Friday 10th May 2013


THE Hela provincial administration has given K100,000 to establish a religious radio station in the Komo/Hides area.

Yesterday, Wantok Radio Light board of management said it would establish a 24 FM station to help spread the word of God in Hela.

Deputy chairman Fred Tulia said if the station could change the lives of people especially in the PNG LNG Project area, then they would have done their part in opening the province to the rest of the 


Tulia said Hela Governor Anderson Agiru had in the past given an initial donation of K20,000 and then K100,000 later to get satellite links set up.

This is the third donation to the radio station.

Hela provincial administration representative Andrew Kaupi welcomed Wantok Radio Light to what he described as to the las ples.

Kaupi said the administration under Agiru and acting administrator William Bando was confident that the radio station would improve their telecommunications network.

Wantok Radio Light board of directors present were general manager Davy Ugul and secretary Billy Yasi.