KFPL acting General Manager Mayson Nesa yesterday told The Solomon Star, KFPL wants to see the campus reopened as soon as possible.
"KFPL is enthusiastic and keen to assist SICHE on whatever matters that are needed to reopen the campus," he said.
Mr Nesa said they wants to see quick rehabilitation work to be done on the campus.
They are also waiting for SICHE officials to visit them and discus things related to the reopening of the campus.
SICHE Director Donald Malasa
said a delegation will visit the campus and meet with KPFL officials sometimes this month or early August to discuss how they can assist and the plans to reopen the campus.
The rehabilitation of the campus is expected to cost more than $5million.
The campus ceased to operate following the ethnic crisis.
By Denver Newter
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