Kupa Engineering and Water (KEW) has been managing the project for the last two and a half years and its contract ended yesterday; and before leaving, the company gifted one of its vehicles to the college.
KEW managing director Latu Kupa said: “We wanted to donate for God’s work and we choose Takamoa because it represents the majority of the Cook Islands people, with their mission to spread the Gospel of our precious Lord, Jesus Christ.”
“We know they’ll be able to make good use of the vehicle and we hope it’ll give them a number of years of good and reliable service.”
To reciprocate the gift of the four-wheel-drive truck, the college staff gave tivaevae gifts to the KEW management.
The keys for the ute were handed over by deputy project manager Daryl Rairi.