A Local Level Government President in Lae is providing training avenues for school dropouts as the way forward in minimising law and’Order and unemployment.
Ahi LLG president, Sam Agi, is calling for the district and provincial governMen’s to support this initiative in developing young people.
This follows Saturday’s graduation of sixty men and women from his LLG with certificates in operating heavy plant and equipment.
President David Agi says it has been a growing concern that the number of school leavers and dropouts have been on the rise in Morobe.
Most of them failed by the education system, while others leaving school due to school fees and other problems.
When staying at home, they contribute to law and’Order and other social issues within the communities.
President Agi who is also the Provincial Minister for Human Resources and Development wants to see young people well trained and employed.
On Saturday, 60 people from Ahi LLG graduated from the Commercial Training College (CTC) with certificates in operating cranes, excavators, forklifts and semi-trailers among others.
With major project developMen’s taking place and the government’s plan to develop Lae into the industrial hub of Papua New Guinea, these jobs will be highly demanded.
He believes this would be the way forward in minimising law and’Order issues in his LLG, which have been making the headlines for the wrong reasons over the last six months.
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