IN every society around the world, we have a few people that have a generous heart of giving and sharing.
In Papua New Guinea, one of such people is Jacob Luke.
He is a trucking business tycoon who owns Mapai Transport and operates in PNG, Australia and New Zealand.
It was great news learning in The National on Monday about him starting a school in a tribal fight ravaged village near Lakolam in Wabag, Enga.
What Luke did was rare.
Most times, we see and hear of different churches, missionaries and communities taking initiatives to build schools, aid post and other services.
We rarely see businessmen and women or politicians doing that.
The help from Luke’s kind and generous heart will go a long way in moulding and shaping more Enga children to become future leaders and successful people.