The investigation into the unrest at the University of Goroka (UOG) has been completed.
This morning the investigation team presented a report to UOG Chancellor, Dr. Joseph Sukwianomb, witnessed by Vice Chancellor of UOG, Dr. Musawe Sinabare, members of the University Council and officers from the Higher Education Department.
Chairman of the team Lawrence Titimur says recommendations in the report are to guide the university in its future operations.
The first part of the investigation report presents an analysis of the events of June 14, including the background of the nationwide boycott by state run universities, while the second includes the main findings, conclusions and recommendations for the UOG Council.
The investigation team revealed that the incident started because of arguments among different student groups in completing their studies.
It took almost two months to complete the investigation and compile a report.
Copies of the report were also presented to the Office of the Prime Minister, Chief Secretary to Government, Higher Education Department, and the Higher Education Minister, Francis Marus.