Wabo is a remote government’station in Beimuru districtoformerly a patrol postonear toInterOil’s Elk and Antelope gas fields.
The station has been neglected for a long time andthe local Pawaiian people have continually complained about lack of government’services in Wabo.
On Tuesday,the community came alive,with song and dance to welcometheInterOil delegation for the official opening of community complex and landowners’ trade store.
The delegation included Gulf Governor Havila Kavo andtheInterOil team.
Beforethe projects were launched, a brief reconciliation ceremony took place between Governor Kavo andthe elk antelope community.
Apart from this service,InterOil has also built a modern office and accommodation complex to foster local and provincial government functions in education, health and business development in Wabo and surrounding villages.
The public private partnership continues to assist schools, and provide charters for medical evacuations, community water tank projects and transportation of building materials for communities alongthe Purari River and ther remote areas inthe Gulf Province.
Bernadette Efi, National EMTV News