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Date Posted: 03:05:51 03/10/06 Fri
Author: Vikki John
Subject: Youth step up military training on Bougainville

Postcourier, 10 March 2006

Police chief confirms U-Vistract recruiting

THERE is definitely a “hive of activities” going on in Tonu, South Bougainville, police confirmed yesterday. More youths around the region are flocking to the southern part of the region to engage in military training. The training — headed by five former Fijian soldiers — has been going on since their arrival in the region late last year. “Yes, surely there is a hive of activity going on in that part of the region,” Bougainville Assistant Police Commissioner Paul Kamuai said yesterday. “With more youths making their way there, it is definitely a good military build up. “Anyone in his right mind would be suspicious of why so many youths are heading that way and would question the build-up.” Mr Kamuai said with such activities going on and building up of military manpower raised serious concern for all relevant authorities on the ground to meet and address the issue. Meanwhile, Me’ekamui officials in Buka revealed they had nothing to do with the recruitment and training of youths, saying it was the activities of Noah Musingku and his money scam company. President Joseph Kabui said ABG has the people and international support and was ready to bring changes in Bougainville

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