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Education Minister Kuman warns University Students and Activists on school disruptions

Papua New Guinea Education Minister Nick Kuman is warning those responsible for the current tension in Port Moresby not to disrupt the normal flow of education for students.
The minster made this warning after reports that primary and secondary schools cancelled their classes today in fear of violence that could arise from the University of Papua New Guinea students' boycott and planned protest march that however did not eventuate today.
A concerned Minster Nick Kuman said it is not right to deprive the rights of the young generation to being educated and called on the UPNG students and Civil Rights Activists to take heed of this because a lot is being invested in education and it won’t be good to see protests and strikes stop students form learning.
"With this level of commitment the government doesn't want to see this jeopardized by a handful of people with political motives," he said.
Minister Kuman is instructing all schools in the city to resume classes tomorrow at 8am.

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