SINCE the colonial era, there are no State-run higher education institutions in the Sepik area.
Why is that?
There is no government-run teachers college, technical/business college and others in the two Sepik provinces.
This is unfair.
It highlights an unequal distribution of higher education services in the country by the State.
With overwhelming number of school leavers every year in the two provinces, it is incumbent on the elected leaders to fight to bring such services to the people.
What Maprik MP John Simon is doing to re-establish the Sepik Agriculture College in Bainyk should be commended.
This is the type of service young school leavers need to further their education.
This is bringing development to the district and province.
Can all the MPs in the region stand together to fight to bring more higher education institutions to the two provinces?
Glenn L Wamas @ ESP