All eyes are on Arawa, the next location of Motor Vehicle Insurance Limited (MVIL).
The company’s Chief Executive Officer, Joe Wemin, when announcing MVIL’s push into mainland Bougainville, said there was a gap in the third party motor vehicle insurance service and Motor Traffic Act enforcement in the region, by over 20-years.
As part of the restoration effort, Arawa will be the second office, apart from Buka, that will ensure motor traffic regulations gain momentum in Central and South Bougainville.
Parts of the National Government’s plan are to restore services and improve infrastructure in Bougainville after the Crisis.
The Motor Vehicle Insurance Limited has taken a keen interest, responding to the Prime Minister’s call.
Wemin announced that the Arawa office will be much bigger than other centers’ in Papua New Guinea, situated near the police station.
Whilst MVIL is established to make profits to support the government pay dividends, Board Chairman, Dr. Ken Ngangan, says the State Owned Entity also has a social responsibility to support initiatives.
The MVIL Arawa office will also house the Pacific MMI.
The Construction work is expected to be completed by March this year.
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