dedication service

First ever service for mining ministry

The dedication service was attended by all staff of the Mineral Resources Authority and the Chamber of Mines and Petroleum.

During the event, Mining Minister Johnson Tuke urged them to serve Papua New Guineans diligently every day.

“We must serve our people diligently and be faithful in what we do,” he said.

“Regardless of what position you take in the company, we all must work together and focus on our main visions and goals.”

Dedication service hosted for public servants

The service was hosted for the first time at the Sir john Guise Indoor Complex and facilitated by the Department of Community Development, Youth and Religion.

The event marked the official prayer and dedication year for all public servants throughout the country.

The theme for the dedication service was ‘Servants of God Chosen and Called to Serve’.

The ceremony was attended by Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari with all department heads to open the new public service year.

Department to host public servants’ dedication service

The public servants’ prayer dedication day will be held on Friday, January 6, at the Sione Kami Memorial Church in Port Moresby.

Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari with all department heads will attend the ceremony to open the new public service year.

The event will start at 9am with the National Anthem and Pledge, led by the Correctional Service band.

A recital of public service Oath will be made with an address by Lupari before the dedication prayer.