PARENTS have been challenged by National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop to invest money in their children’s education.
Speaking at the Waigani Christian School Grade 8 graduation ceremony in Port Moresby yesterday, Parkop said education was the only key investment in the country.
When pledging K1 million to the school, Parkop told the students to stay in school and not look at other options as they were not viable for the pathway to education.
“The main pathway to develop our city and a bright future is through education,” he said.
“There is no future in staying with parents and doing nothing or opting out on school to roaming the streets.
“As the NCD governor, my vision is to have 43 primary schools and 20 secondary schools in NCD.”
Health and HIV/AIDS Minister Michael Malabag said all schools should be built on one foundation – God – because he would steer the school in the right direction and at the end of the day, students would benefit from their hard work.
Malabag challenged MPs to honour their commitment.
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