BUGANDI Secondary School’s 1,700 students and more than 50 teaching staff in Lae, Morobe, now have high-speed internet service.
Telikom PNG, through its foundation, made it possible for them to access internet through Telikom Foundation’s “Clean IT” online library service and Wi-Fi.
The foundation, in partnership with Lae MP and Minister for Religion, Youth and Community Development Loujaya Kouza, launched the online library service at the school last Friday.
“This is positive news and a new pathway to success for Bugandi after too much negativity in the media.
“We want a change, and thank you Telikom PNG for your support and having faith in our school,” principal Geteng Punumping said.
He said assistance from a state-owned enterprise like Telikom PNG is a boost for the students, especially in the era of modern technology.
“We know there are people who care and want to help us excel.
“We want to tell everybody that we are a ‘New Bugandi’ and thank you Telikom Foundation and our Minister Kouza for your assistance. The additional service of Wi-Fi by Telikom PNG is an added support and we look forward to producing better results at the end of this year.”
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