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Prime Minister Marape Arrives in East New Britain for Major Road Project Launch

Prime Minister James Marape, accompanied by the National Executive Council (NEC) delegation, arrived in East New Britain just before midday today. The Prime Minister was greeted by local dignitaries, including East New Britain Provincial Government officials, Kokopo MP Ereman ToBaining Jnr, Gazelle MP Jelta Wong, Rabaul MP Dr. Allan Marat, Deputy Governor Boniface Gerep, Provincial Administrator Levi Mano, and other distinguished leaders from the province.

Prime Minister Marape Arrives in East New Britain for Major Road Project Launch [Photo by PM's Media]

Prime Minister Marape's visit marks the launch of a significant infrastructure project: a 17-kilometer road stretch from Tokua Airport to the Kokopo Secondary School Roundabout. The presence of the Prime Minister and NEC members underscores the importance of this four-lane road construction project, which is expected to enhance connectivity and development in the region.

Despite a slight delay in the original schedule, the atmosphere remained vibrant as preparations continued at the old Kokopo Market for the momentous event. The launch is anticipated to have a lasting impact on the community, paving the way for a brighter future for East New Britain.

Earlier in the day, Deputy Prime Minister John Rosso arrived in the province with the first NEC team, setting the stage for Prime Minister Marape's arrival later in the day.

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