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Some people don’t need formal education but can learn to do things just by observation.

One of such person is Dingua Kimaru, a Motor Vehicle Mechanic (MVM) working with Ramu Nico (MCC) mine in Madang province.

Dingua Kimaru was born and raised in a remote village in Usino Bundi District of Madang province.

The young man shared his success story when EMTV got up with him at the Port Moresby technical College during Motor Vehicle Mechanic trade test one recently.

He left school at an early age due to personal reason. In the year 2000 he learnt the mechanic skills from his elders.

“At first I was a tool boy and cleaner. I washed and cleaned the vehicle parts my elders removed. I worked with them and gain experience and now I gain do all the work as a mechanic” said Kimaru.

Mr Kimaru has 22years of experience and worked seven years with the Ramu Nico mine. Now he is the team leader for light motor vehicle at MCC.

He acknowledged the organization and people who contributed towards his success.

“I would like to thank God for giving me this opportunity, the MCC company management, my trainer and mentor and the Port Moresby technical college staffs”

Mr Kimaru further encouraged the youths to think positive in whatever they are doing.

“Do not feel down in whatever you do, continue to do it until you see the outcome. When you drop it, you won’t see the outcome.”

I want to encourage youths to continue in whatever they do, either study or work, God will bless you. I continue without giving up to come this far”. Kimaru said.

Kimaru recently completed the MVM trade test one at the Port Moresby technical college and awaits other two more test before being certified and given the tradesman certificate.  

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