UPNG backs UNITECH Calls - EM TV
The University of Papua New Guinea’s student representative council has thrown its support behind students at Lae Unitech calling on the government for transparency and good governance. A team from UPNG is in Lae as a show support.
UPNG’s SRC president Peter Mumu, says poor management in any university will affect students all over Papua New Guinea. It comes as Unitech students continue with a weeklong boycott of class.
Meanwhile, one more person has been arrested in the Unitech Fraud Case. The University of Technology’s planner, Brian Kagini from Enga province was yesterday arrested and charged misappropriation and conspiracy.
Police said Kagini allegedly conspired with terminated lecturer Narayan Gehlot and members of the university administration to defraud the State of more than K600, 000.
He will appear in the Lae committal court at 10 o’clock today.
Scott Waide, National EMTV News - LAE