Student boycott continues

UPNG staff shocked with police presence

A senior UPNG personnel confirmed with Loop PNG today (Tuesday) that the vice-chancellor’s circular was released late yesterday afternoon, when most of the staff had already gone home.

“Police presence will be witnessed on the Waigani and Taurama campuses due to the increased activities by some students that borders on criminality,” Professor Albert Mellam said in the statement.

“Police is called upon to perform its constitutional duty to protect lives and properties, and will discharge this accordingly at the University of Papua New Guinea as well.”