The Autonomous Bougainville Government has invested in housing for public servants.
Technical Services Department Secretary, Bernard Tzilu, told EMTV News that housing is a way forward to help improve the public service machinery.
An inspection into the construction site was recently conducted, where Tzilu highlighted the importance of housing to the public service machinery.
In order for public civil servants to perform effectively, they have to be sheltered in a good house.
The Autonomous Bougainville Government is addressing the accommodation issue under the housing scheme program.
“Two of the five houses have already been built for the senior public civil servants of the Autonomous Bougainville Government. Some of them for the newly appointed secretaries of the departments,” he said.
The five houses cost K3 million and Tzilu says that more houses will be built.
“The project includes fully furnishing and building access road to all the houses,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Autonomous Bougainville Government’s President’s House will be demolished with a proper building structure soon to be built.