RAMU NiCo in Madang places great importance in the project landowner children’s education for a brighter future and will assist where it can during its operation in the province and the country, an official says.
Ramu NiCo vice president, Charles Zha, said that at the Basamuk Refinery at the recent Rai Coast Secondary School graduation ceremony.
He was accompanied by Basamuk Refinery administration manager, George Wang.
In his address to the 28 graduating students, Zha said they were the pride of their family now that they had completed their secondary education successfully and urged them to value education as a step towards a brighter future.
He said Ramu NiCo (MCC) places great importance in education and would be looking forward to accepting students from the school that possess outstanding academic record with discipline to work at its Basamuk Refinery in the future.
A total of K50,000 per annum is made available where Kurumbukari landowners receive K17,000, and Maigari, Coastal Pipeline and Inland Pipeline receive K11,000 each every year for landowners’ children school fees.
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