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PNG PM Marape Challenges New Law School to produce Competitive Graduates

The University of Papua  New Guinea's new state of the art School of Law building was officially opened by Chief Justice Sir Gibbs Salika on Friday.
Prime Minister James Marape and other government ministers were there to witness the occasion including staff, students, lawyers and the general public.
Mr Marape challenge the law school to produce competitive graduates, and his governments stands ready to assist the university.
"If it means bringing in qualified lectures and increasing their salaries, so be it," Marape said.
He further thanked  former prime minister Peter O'Neill  for approval and funding of the project during his term.
Mr Marape said, despite political differences and change of government credit must be given to where it is due.
Chief Justice Sir Gibbs Salika thanked the faculty for producing leaders in the country as well as abroad.
UPNG Vice Chancellor Robert Igara was grateful and thanked everyone involved especially the government, contractor and those involved in making a dream come to reality.
The dignitaries took a tour of the K43 million building which contains, lecture and tutorial rooms, auditoriums, moot court facilities and offices among others.
Law School Dean Pro Mange Matui said, the new facility will ensure quality teaching and learning and opens up a new world of opportunities for the school in the areas of liaison and partnerships.
He further said, invitations will be sent out to Pacific island countries to send their students in to study.
NBC News / PNG Today

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