Motu Koita Assembly (MKA)

Level Three hospital for Motu Koitabu villages

MKA Chairman and Acting NCD Governor, Dadi Toka Jr said the proposed hospital is in its planning stages. He revealed this at the recent presentation of an ambulance to Laurabada clinic at Hanuabada village.

With an ever stressing health system in the nation’s capital, the MKA has seen the need to build its own level three hospital for its people.

The proposed Level 3 hospital is being funded by the Australian Government at the cost of K33 million.

Over K400,000 in school fees for MKA students

The Motu Koita Assembly (MKA) has committed K472,229.89 to assist 5,774 elementary and primary school students.

These payments were made for Motu Koita students who applied for school fee assistance through the 2020 Motu Koita education assistance program.

The Motu Koita Assembly (MKA) chairman, Dadi Toka Jnr, during a recent cheque presentation at Baruni Primary and Elementary School appealed to parents and guardians to take ownership and support their children’s education.

MKA roadshow to focus on land issues

The roadshow aims to create discussion on the current status of Motu Koita land and give locals a forum to speak about their lands issues.

The event was launched on October 8th in Vabukori Village.

2016 Hiri Moale Festival launch coming up

The Festival is an annual event celebrated in Port Moresby and has been dubbed the premier cultural show of the Capital City.

It brings together the Motu and Koitabuan people, native landowners of the Port Moresby, with the aim of reviving their cultures, customs and traditions, which have been passed down from generation to generation.