GOVERNOR Peter Ipatas’ ambition to breed success through education in his province took another positive step when ENGA Teachers’ College staged its second graduation.
Thousands from throughout the province turned up last Friday to see 121 students graduate with Diploma in Primary Education, 26 others managed Certificate in Inclusive Education and 19 with Certificates in Elementary Teaching.
Enga’s first institution in the province, the teachers’ college is supporting Ipatas’ vision to back development with sound human resources.
The college was an initiative of the Enga provincial government under Ipatas’ leadership.
Principal Michael Homingu told the graduates: “This is the way to go in life and what you earn is to guide and shape your life.
“My vision is to make this college become the biggest in future because this is the place that produces teachers,” Homingu said.
Homingu thanked the provincial government under the leadership of Ipatas for establishing and for doing everything possible for the college.
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