Students need help to serve Morobe: Leader


MANY students from Morobe are willing to give back to the province in their field of profession but need guidance, a student representative says.
The vice-president of the Morobe Students Tertiary Union (MTSU) Albert Nigo, said that after an awareness visit to the Divine Word University (DWU) in Madang on Saturday.
“The trip is the first and was purposely to visit universities where Morobe students are attending,” he said.
“We want to challenge the future graduates of Morobe on how they can contribute to the province.
“The provincial government has provided scholarships, and students must be mindful that one day they must go back and serve the province.”
Nigo said there were lot of developments taking place in the country such as the Apec Leaders Summit, and in Morobe the Wafi-Golpu Mining project and people, especially in remote areas, need to be aware.
“Students, after graduating in their respective fields, must work in collaboration with leaders to support the province.”
Nigo said as a token of appreciation, students must give back to Morobe through service consultation within their profession.
“If they graduate in agriculture or business management, they must go back and support the province.”

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