Located 20 minutes away from Hanuabada village on the outskirts of Port Moresby, more than 100 Edai Tano residents donated bags and boxes of clothing, kitchenware and utensils, furniture and food.
Edai Town residents’ spokesperson, Dickson Popo, said having settled on their land, the residents took the initiative to help the indigenous Motu Koitabuans.
They were supported by developer of Edai Town, Boera Business Holding, represented by chairman Madaha Maina, who presented a cheque of K5,000.
Meanwhile, as of August 26, the running total for cash donation for the Hanuabada Fire Appeal stands at over K400,000.
Donations from city residents, church groups and business organisations continue to flood in.
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