He was speaking during the official hand-over of new vehicle keys to Finance and Administration Advisor, Tony Gamata on Tuesday at a small ceremony at the provincial headquarters in Konedobu, Port Moresby.
Deputy Provincial Administrator, Corporate Services, Bala Kapa said its right for the Finance Division to be well equipped with staff, office equipment’s and vehicles to deliver effectively in its functions.
“Finance is the engine room of any organisation, you can have all the plans and other things but without money you cannot do anything,” Kapa said.
He said this year will be good one for the province with many good things happening and with this kind of things happening we will improve our performance.
“Basically our role is to deliver services to the people of Central Province and these assets like vehicles we are buying will help us to improve our performance that will eventually reach down to our people in the rural areas in terms of service delivery,” Kapa said.
The Toyota Harrier station wagon was bought at the cost of K35, 000 at Minihi Motors using the Central Provincial Government internal grants.