Districts and villages in the Central Province should now look forward to having better basic services and programs.
Central Province people will have access to 24 hour ambulance services, a pilot scholarship program, and a multipurpose sporting complex.
These services can be used by the youths and people in the community, for development.
Central Governor Kila Haoda was welcomed by young dancers of Tubusereia Community School, as he and his representatives from his office, village council and the head mistress of the school made their way to the stage.
After speeches from the village council and reps from the Governor’s office, he gave a few speeches. After his remarks, he presented cheques for the different programs set aside, to be implemented in the village and Central Province.
Programs like a 24-hour ambulance service for Central people, pilot scholarship program, and a multi-purpose sports complex will be allocated, provided and built for the people of Central Province alone.
Governor also presented K100 000 to build and upgrade the Tubusereia Primary School with another promised K100 000.
This money will be used to build new classrooms and new school equipment.
These programs will bring change into the community, and will benefit the society, particular to keep the Youths of Central Province off the streets, and provide opportunities for them and their future.
Kila also emphasized to the people of Tubusereia village and other villages in Central Province, to use this as an opportunity and make good use of it, and to also take pride in it.
The people of Tubusereia and the other Central Province villages will for the first time, have access to such services and facilities all being paid for.
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