Minister for Higher Education and Sports, Wesley Raminai, recently visited his electorate to officially open the district’s 2021 academic year.
He was accompanied by his first Secretary, Chris Papiali with members of the District Development Authority.
The ceremony was held at Kagua Admin Primary School and was attended by teachers throughout the district.
The teachers took this opportunity to address a few things that have been affecting the schools in their district over the years.
While hearing their grievances, Raminai made a few commitments to address the issues raised by the teachers.
The local MP said his DDA will make an undertaking to have an E-Library for Kagua Secondary School established this year equipped with ten computer sets.
He also made a commitment to have staff houses built for Kagua Secondary School this year.
Raminai also made the time to pay a visit to the Western Pacific University site the same day to see first hand the progress of the construction phase of the university as Minister responsible for Higher Education, Research and Technology.
“We have plan to have the university opened by 1st March this year”.