The National, Monday October 28th, 2013
By MIRIAM MALAWA
MORE than 100 Grade 12 students from Jubilee Catholic Secondary School, in Port Moresby, have been challenged to strive for higher standards.
Angus Ali, representing Moresby North-West MP Michael Malabag, told the graduates the key to success was knowledge.
He told them at the Hohola Sacred Heart Parish hall that they had to become extraordinary people with high personal standards that should not be compromised.
“Demand it from yourself and from others around you. You have to go the extra mile,” he said.
“Do not stop here. You must aim higher.
He said the Government was committed to ensuring quality education for all through the free education policy.
He said Malabag had pledged K200,000 for the construction of the school’s hall.
Ali said the money would be released in next year’s budget.