RPNGC receives keys to new duplexes

A contractor has handed over the keys of five duplexes to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary at Kudjip, Jiwaka Province, last week.

Owner Geoffrey Bull said he is more than grateful that he is handing over the keys to the owners, the RPNGC.

Bull presented the key to Highlands Region Eastern Divisional Commander, Nema Mondiai, in Mt Hagen last Friday.

"I thank the contractor for the completion of the house and handing over the keys. The presentation of the keys will at least relieve us from our housing issues," Mondiai said.

Bull said the five duplexes (10 houses) were completed last year. However, there was a delay in paperwork, hence the recent handing over of keys.

These houses are similar to those of the Yonki police, which were handed over last year. Both came into fruition through the modernisation program.

These houses, which will be occupied by Kudjip based Highway Patrol, are fully furnished with white goods and water pumps.

The building contracts were awarded through the Central Supply & Tenders Board (CSTB).

Bustin Anzu