Youths encouraged to be patriotic


The RSIPF Deputy Police Commissioner Mr Gabriel Manesuli.

DEPUTY Police Commissioner for the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force urges young people to take pride of Solomon Islands and stand tall for nation building for the next generation.

Mr Gabriel Manesuli challenged 30 community youth leaders attending the five-day youth leadership retreat to ‘make the country proud’.

He encouraged young people that they have potential and that they should utilise these potentials to build Solomon Islands.

“No one has more opportunity to shape tomorrow’s Solomon Islands than you.

“Therefore, you are in an advantage to influence the cause of events particularly in promoting peace, progress and prosperity in Solomon Islands.

“The challenge we have around the globe is leadership, and we need a leader who has the courage, character and collaboration.”

This week RSIPF, Solomon Islands Police Support Programme (SIPSP), HCC-Youth Division and Honiara Youth Council conducted leadership training with aim to equip young leaders for new future.

The training is focus on leadership including inspirational speakers telling their achievements and challenges encounter and issues faced in their journey to where they are today.

With the programme outline ahead, Head of Division for HCC’s Youth, Sports and Women Division Mr Roland GK Pauku said the series of session young people will undertake will shape them for future leaders.

He challenges the young people to take active part in the activities and discussion for the benefit of their communities in terms of creating a better and safer country for future generation.

Table discussion about leadership.
Banabus Ali from the Solomon Islands Deaf Association part of the group discussion about leadership.
Young leaders in group discussion.


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