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Radio Manager Cautions Students Against Violence
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Radio Manager Cautions Students Against Violence
By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, June 13 (LINA) - The Station Manager of Radio Cape Mount in Garwula District, Grand Cape Mount County, Andrew Massaley, has cautioned students in the county to refrain from violent protests that have the propensity to derail their learning process.

He gave the warning at the weekend when he addressed students of the Assemblies of God Mission School in Vonzua, Garwula District.

Massaley told the students that violent demonstrations could deny them education, rendering them incapable of participating in the rebuilding process of the nation.

The station manager said the time has come for students to desist from confusion, and urged them to channel their grievances in a peaceful manner by engaging school administrators for redress.

He expressed appreciation to the administration of the school for imparting sound and quality education to the students.

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