Moran New Board

The new Board for the Moran Special Purpose Authority, has been tasked to recoup the allegedly missing K6 million.

This funding was meant for public infrastructure development for the people of Hulia LLG in Southern Highlands, but to date, nothing has been done on the ground.


These were some of the remarks by the new board during the swearing in ceremony at the Weigh Inn Hotel in Port Moresby, today.


The Moran Special Purpose Authority was sworn in by Senior Magistrate of the Central District Court, David Yakal.


The new board is headed by Acting Chairman Danny Tadabe, his Acting Deputy, Paul Yuwi, and Executives. Others included Mari Kila, who represented the Department of Finance. 


Acting Chairman Tadabe and his deputy Paul Yuwi told their officers, that they were committed to bring vital services to the people of Moran and Hulia LLG.


Moran Special Purpose Authority Director Peterson Pipi said successive leadership have failed their people. He alleged that K6 million in funds from the Authority had been misused. He wants an urgent investigation into the matter.


The Moran Special Purpose Authority was established in the early 1980’s by the Moran Local Level Government, to serve the people of Hulia LLG. However, to date, millions of kina are yet to be recovered, and that is something the new board hopes to uncover.

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