Koi Trappe

Districts partner with NID Office

Wapanamanda in Enga Province, and Mul-Baiyer in Western Highland Province both signed up on April 16th to partner the NID office to register locals and distribute NID cards.

The MOU signing was attended by Minister for Planning and Monitoring, Sam Basil, Wapenamanda MP, Rimbink Pato, and Mul-Baiyer MP, Koi Trappe.

Wapenamanada And Mul-Baiyer are the 23rd and 24th Districts respectively to put their hands up to join the roll out of the NID program.

WHP district has best foot forward

Local MP Koi Trappe said he was very happy with the Sport Policy and looked forward to implementing it and getting things moving.

“I am happy with the work the PNG Sports Foundation team has done with our District Sport Policy and I will support it,” Trappe said.

The policy, touted to be the first ever at any district level, is amongst other developments that Trappe said have been enhanced through partnerships with the health, education, infrastructure, law & order and agriculture sectors.