Parents of New Erima Primary School inthe nation’s capital have raised concerns over a piece of land belonging tothe school that was leased to Nauwin Wee Limited.
The company runsthe service station operating in Erima.
Parents claimed that twenty thousand kina was given in cash tothe school’s former board of management in 2011, as appreciation money for the land.
According tothe school’s Parents and Citizens Working Committee team leader Aaron Waula,the deal is deemed illegal.
Mr Waula called onthe national department of education to investigate.
According totheLand:se Agreement documents suppllied by Mr Waula,the signing ofthe lease took place on October 12th 2011.
It was approverd bythe school board as well asthe office ofthe Director NCD Division of Education.
The document stated thatthe 100 by 40 meter land ofthe portion, located just behindthe service station, was leased off to Nauwin Wee Limited for company use.
The amount payable each year will be ten thousand kina, inthe form of school supplies.
Mr Waula, on behalf ofthe parents, said such documents should involvethe education department andthe attorney general’s office as it is state land.
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