Naru urges students to return to classes fresh

The National, Monday July 11th, 2016

MOROBE Governor Kelly Naru has called on the University of Technology (Unitech) students to return to classes with “fresh thoughts” and forget about the incidents of the past few weeks.
He said it was in the best interest of the students, their parents, sponsors and the university that they returned to Lae and resume classes peacefully.
Naru visited the grieving relatives of slain Unitech student Graham Romanong and presented K10,000 to help meet the funeral expenses.
He urged students to return to classes and allow police to investigate the cases surrounding the recent events on campus such as the murder of Romanong, attack of an Engan student and the burning down of university buildings.
“I urge all students to return to classes. What has happened has happened already and we must move forward,” Naru said.
He condemned Romanong’s killing and the criminal acts committed on campus and called on outsiders not to interfere with the affairs of students on campus.
Naru called on politicians not to influence students and exert pressure on them to do silly things that would jeopardise their education.
“If politicians are somehow behind all these, please we must stop,” he said.