Enga students want protests to end

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The National,Friday June 17th, 2016

MORE than 300 Enga students from the University of Goroka have distanced themselves from the ongoing students.
The students told a press conference after meeting with Enga Provincial Government authorities that they were not supporting other tertiary institutions, mainly the UPNG based students from continuing with boycotting of classes.
Their leaders, Lawrence Anton (UOG SRC Council representative) and Mark Kapa (UOG SRC vice president) said their decision to return to classes was resolved with Enga Governor Sir Peter Ipatas two weeks ago when he was there to present a cheque for their school fees. “We are not part of the ongoing boycotting of classes. We made a decision to return to classes and that’s what we have done,” Anton said.