The National, Mondy 14th November 2011
By ALBERT KAMANI
UPNG journalism student
NAMBAWAN Super is business oriented for the private and public sectors in Papua New Guinea, regional support officer Robert Bobby says.
He made the comment when handing K1,000 and K1,000 worth of prizes to Grade 12 dux students from Hagen Park Secondary School, in Western Highlands.
Bobby said during the presentation of the prizes at the graduation hall last Friday they were to sponsor any school in the province and “this is our first of its kind in the Highlands region”.
“We are satisfied with the awards because we assisted them when the school was in need,” he said.
He said there were over 130,000 members throughout the country and their children were attending schools.
But, he said, only the best students deserved the awards.
Ramu Agri Industry Highlands regional sales coordinator Danny Smith presented the Grade 12 dux for social science to Vanessa Paul and leadership awards to Rhonda Vui and Brent Mike.
The dux for Grade 12 science was awarded to Francis Sakatao.
The dux award for Grade 10 went to Jonathan Seken.