Election related violence affect Manus students at Kabiufa Secondary SchoolAugust 6 2012 at 9:42 AM
It will be sad day for Manus if one of our future human resource is killed in a coward attack at Kabiufa instigated by supporters of a losing candidate that went on rampage at Kabiufa Secondary school bashing up teachers and students. Those responsible should be locked up forever. Not only Kabiufa, violence was also evident in Bena Bena Secondary and Asaroka Secondary and others in the upper highlands provinces, some reported others not.
These cowards should know that
i. Many students are underaged and cannot vote.
ii. Local students were able to go home and seek refuge during election times. Those from far away provinces only have the school as their safe haven. How dare you attack them there! If it happens to your son or daughter at UPNG, how would you feel??
iii. If you bought votes from anyone, go to those ones and do not attack other poor innocent children...
I think in 2017, we should make attempts to evacuate our children from many of these highlands schools. They are just not safe for our children. I am in one of these highlands provinces and where I am, supporters of another losing candidate almost attacked us for no reason at all.
|August 6 2012, 3:18 PM |
Un-acceptable behavior ..
|August 9 2012, 6:49 AM |
This proved again, despite millions of kina spent on education, some of our brothers in the highlands are still living in the stone age. They need to grow up mentally and start behaving like civilise people.
Yupla save sem tu taem yupla harem kain story olsem o? Ating yupla save lap na hamamas tasol. Pathetic.
|Konfus Mangi Mosbi|
|August 9 2012, 6:59 AM |
Please educate us all on how, exactly, one "grows up mentally"?
|August 13 2012, 5:05 AM |
Most lowlanders get drunk and fight with their wives or others such as frequently and just as violently as their highlands bratas. Is that considered civilised behaviour? Over the years, I've seen public drunkenness a lot more often in lowlands villages than in highlands ones. Please explain to me why! (BTW I'm an islander so I'm just telling it like it is, without fear or favour).
|August 13 2012, 9:53 AM |
The Kabiufa student who was almost killed has recovered. Thanks to those who provided much needed help to get the poor student to the hospital in time.
This discussion is now closed.
|word to the wise|
|August 13 2012, 1:45 PM |
On the internet, it is impossible to mandate that any discussion be closed. Em laik blo wanwan.
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