FORMER Attorney-General Kerenga Kua has urged a group of students to
set goals and work hard to achieve them.
He opened school infrastructure worth millions of kina at the Prinorkwa Primary School, outside Kundiawa town,
Kua, a former student of the school, said the Government was investing a lot of money into education, which the school used to build new infrastructure.
Kua said he would help the school with finance because some
of the children from his Sinasina-Yongumugl district were enrolled there.
Kua gave K15,000 from his electorate to the school.
Kundiawa-Gembogl MP Tobias
Kulang said the district needed secondary schools.
He said Mt Wilhelm High School had been granted secondary status, while Kondom Augando Wandi High School
and Kundiawa-Lutheran Day High Schools were next on the list.
Kulang emphasised the need to provide quality education for children from his
He called on stakeholders to contribute so that
they could provide quality education and universal basic education for
“We are aiming high because the district has the highest mountain and
the motto is highest is our mountain, highest is our destiny,’’ Kulang
Board chairman Teine Sogan said they were opening six classrooms in one
building, two ablution blocks for girls and boys, a staff quarters, school
grandstand and three other classrooms.
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