Tonga joins voices raised in support of besieged USP Vice Chancellor, Solomons calls for regional representatives to “wake up”

    Kuo kau ‘a Tonga he ngaahi fonua kuo nau fakafepaki’i ‘a hono fakafe’ātungia’i e feinga ‘a ha kau ma’u mafai he USP ke tuli pea ta’ofi ha ngāue fakalao ki he tukuaki’i ne ngāue kākā’aki e pa’anga ‘a e ‘Univēsiti USP ‘a ia ‘oku kau ‘a Tonga hono fakapa’anga ‘a e ako’anga’ ni, ki ha vahe lau miliona ta’etotonu pea mo hono fakatau ‘e he kau faiako’ e māka’ ki he fanau ako’ kae totongi’aki honau sino’ (sex for grades.) Na’e ‘ilo e tukuaki’i ngāue pango’ ni he hū hake ‘a e pule fo’ou ‘a e ‘univēsiti’ ko Vice Chancellor, Professor Pal Ahluwalia. Pehē ‘i ha fakatotolo ki he me’a’ ni ne feinga e pule’anga Fisi’ ia ke kapusi ‘a Ahluwalia mei Fisi ‘i he’ene ‘ohake ‘a e me’a’ ni. Ko ‘ene tu’u he taimi’ ni kuo tuli fakataimi ‘a e palōfesa’ ni ka kuo tu’u atu e ngaahi fonua ‘oku nau fakalele ‘a e ako’anga’ ni kau ai ‘a Tonga ‘o poupou ke fakafoki mai ‘a Ahluwalia pea ke hoko atu ‘a hono fakatotolo’i ‘o e me’a’ ni.

    Tonga has joined calls by a number of Pacific nations in calling on USP’s pro-Vice Chancellor from pursuing an investigation of Vice Chancellor Pal  Ahluwalia. The dispute between the two Vice Chancellors has torn the USP campus apart, with many staff and students supporting professor Ahluwalia. Ahluwalia, a Canadian, uncovered serious governance and management anomalies…


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