The University of Papua New Guinea Students Representative Council is calling on activist, Noel Anjo, to apologise to them or face defamation charges.
This follows after Mr Anjo posted on his Facebook page claiming that the University’s SRC has received bribes from politicians.
SRC President, Bobby Yupi, said Mr Anjo’s comment on Facebook has tarnished their reputation as an arm of the university.
He said Mr Anjo made this post following the standoff concerning the 3 billion UBS loan taken by the Government.
Mr Yupi said Anjo’s comments were defamatory and urged him to apologies to the SRCmembers, students and stakeholders.
Mr Yupi said the allegation is serious and he will not let go of it easily.
He said the SRC is an organised body and is subjected to the rules and regulations of the University.
Meanwhile, Mr Yupi said this academic semester is into its peak and students will move away from national issues that they’ve been vocal about.