Police officers on duty at the various checkpoints around Port Moresby city on New Year’s Eve last night were well supplied with food rations, including from local company the Funeral Home, where a team was donating several food items to the officers.
The General Manager of Funeral Home, Losa Agonia, said that this is part of their support in helping the police maintain peace during this period.
“Every year we donate a variety of food items to police working on New Year’s Eve operations,” she said.
“Donating to our policemen is something we do every year by helping them in doing their jobs better so that they can keep the citizens at peace and to avoid trouble.”
According to Agonia, New Year is not the only festive time of the year that Funeral Home donates to the police, but also on Christmas Day as well as providing services for those officers who have passed away.
“This is something that we have been doing for the past years now and we will for sure continue our services.”
The Funeral Home team were last at the Erima Wildlife roundabout at zone three donating foot rations to the police officers there before heading out.