Karkar Secondary School in Madang Province, yesterday received a cheque sum of K100, 000 plus a total of eighty computers from the Madang Governor, Sir Peter Yama, as part of his commitment towards helping the school.
The money was presented to the Principal of Karkar Secondary, Mr. Jeremiah Buza at the Governor’s office within the Sir Bato Bultin Building.
According to Yama, the money presented was a promise made to the students and staff of Karkar Secondary when he visited Karkar Island for the Provincial Executive Council meeting.
“This is the K100, 000 I promised the school when I went to Karkar Island on a ‘Going Rural Policy’ with the PEC. I promised to help run the school towards the end of the year and this is what I am doing now.”
“Apart from this, I also made a commitment of providing the school with eighty computers which I will be presenting to the school during the graduation,” Yama said.
The Principal of Karkar Secondary School, Mr. Jeremiah Buza, thanked the Governor for honoring his commitment towards the school as this is a huge help for the students in terms of their studies.
“This money will truly help the students and the school to complete the year on a high note.”
“Therefore, on behalf of the school, its administration and the people of Karkar Island in the Sumkar District, I would like to thank you Mr. Peter Yama for your support,” Mr Buza said.
The presentation by the Governor was made in the presence of acting Provincial Administrator Clement Tare, as well as Sumgilbar LLG President Brenden Kennedy and the Sumkar District Administrator and President of Karkar LLG, Alex Kudud, who were all there to witness the ceremony yesterday.
Yama also thanked the school principal for honoring his commitment and for his tireless effort towards managing the school as well as the students and staff.