After a brutal statement of burning five (5) school vehicles on September 18th, two more vehicles were burnt to ash on Wednesday 20th in the University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vudal Campus in Kokopo, ENB.
The UNRE Student Representative Council (SRC) failed to carry their petition to the Department of Higher Education Minister Hon. Don Polye.
The SRC now are seeking the attention of the school Course Departments and Administration demanding to withdraw students from school.
The School Bursar was found and forced to comply; however, this action can only be authorized by the UNRE Vice Chancellor Professor Aisak G Pue.
Provincial Police Commander Chief Inspector Janarius Vosivai confirmed that investigations into the burning vehicles was successful.
“We have identified multiple students responsible for burning these vehicles and they will be charged for their reckless behaviour towards school properties.”
PPC Vosivai said, “The students of UNRE are being monitor day and night to minimize any more harm to themselves and those around them.”
Most students have refused to attend classes while few felt the urgency to complete their school year.
The reckless behaviour forced the school to suspend classes for two (2) weeks now, until a final decision on the 2023 school year.
PPC Vosivai further made these remarks to the SRC body, “Come to your senses and carry out the purpose of you being at school, stop using the SRC title as a tool when you don’t know how to use the student’s body properly and productively.
“The SRC’s irresponsible decisions and behaviour led to school class suspension with low probability of reopening.”
“Fellow hard working and self-sponsored students only wanted to complete the school year are now victims.”
UNRE is under close surveillance and still awaiting the final decision on whether to complete school year or not.