BY BARNABAS MANEBONA
SOLOMON Islands students studying in Fiji say they are safe after Tropical Cyclone Keni swooped over the country this week.
There has been no report of any Solomon Islands student injured during the cyclone.
According to the all staff and student email distribution at the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji yesterday evening, the weather has improved as TC Keni is rapidly moving away from Fiji.
“Restricted movement advisory to all residential Staff and students within Laucala Campus issued at 1pm for Laucala Campus is hereby lifted from 5pm,” contained in the email.
“Please exercise caution when moving throughout campus at this time and report any hazards identified to E&I Supervisor on Call Mobile 9927202.”
“Also note that the Cafeteria Building which was open to receive evacuees is now closed, given that the weather has improved.”
“Be advised that bus services and shops out of the campus within Suva area remain closed until further notice by authorities.”
On further advisory in USP Fiji Campus reopening, SIG students have confirmed receiving confirmation that everything will be back to normal today.
“Classes will resume and working class people will resume back for work,” said SI students.
Most businesses were closed this week in Fiji purposely to not take any chances against TC Keni.