The University of Natural Resources and Environment (UNRE) investigation to apprehend students responsible for burning vehicles have been confirmed. Over 50 students have been arrested and charged with more arrests are yet to come.
Over 50 student individuals with multiple charges such as, arson, making threats, assault, and intentional property damage. Police Commissioner David Manning stressed the disrespect and violent behaviour practiced by none other than, “UNIVERSITY STUDENTS”.
“The Country is fed-up of wild and ignorant behaviour of youths especially students who think the law will not hold them responsible because they students.”
“We expected a more sensible and productive rally from an educated group.” “They are academically know more than others, especially the appropriate and lawful channel to settle any grievances.”
“What was in the head of these students who were given a higher opportunity for education but behave unethically as a University Student Body during the rally,” said Commissioner Manning.
He said this included the UNRE Student Representing Council (SRC) who were leading the senseless and violent behaviour and will also face additional charges.
“We are throwing the book at the soon to be former students who were involved in burning and destroying property.”
“The students should feel ashamed, and their families, District and Province would feel disappointment and embarrassment by what they have caused.”
Commissioner Manning promptly addressed the East New Britain Provincial Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Janarius Vosivai to proceed to arrest and charge students for arrest who continue to break laws.
“I warn any accomplice who seeks to complicate police investigations for arrest will be charged with obstruction.” “Students who were involved should turn themselves in and face consequences for their actions.”
“Students see this and use as an example; if you break the law, so be warned that you will be charged if you are caught breaking the law and arrested.”
“University campuses are respected and the nations pride and opportunity, owned by the people of our nation, how dare these students treat our country with such contempt.”