BY LYNTON AARON FILIA
THE Ministry of education (MEHRD) has reached out to students of Solomon Islands national university (SINU) by way of dialogue yesterday.
It is understood issues concerning student welfare topped the agenda list.
President of SINU’s student association Mr Reginald Ngati, after the meeting with permanent secretary of MEHRD, Dr Franco Rodie, spoke highly of the meetings outcome.
Saying that Mr Rodie has promised to consider recommendations put before him by the student association.
“I want to praise PS Rodie for the way he open up discussion and accepted the mind of students presented to his yesterday in our exclusive dialogue.
“Now I am waiting on PS’s discretion and administration to see what they can do in their capacity regarding our concerns.
“I want to call on students who affected by this issue to stay calm and bear with Ministry and me as a president as we try to sort things out here.”
Ngati acknowledges Rodie’s patience and amicable approach in dealing with the SINU students issue, which is one major challenge for the ministry.