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Divine Word University is gearing up for its thirty-third graduation ceremony at its Madang campus tomorrow.
Seven hundred and sixty four students are expected to graduate.
As Adrian Mathias reports, the small town of Madang would expect an influx of visitors which sees hotels, lodges and guest houses booked out for the graduation weekend.
According to update sent to NBC News by Kevin Pamba of DWU's Community Information Centre, the students graduating include 907 students who passed out of DWU’s amalgamated and affiliated campuses around the country.
This brings the total to 1670 graduates who will be getting qualifications from DWU following completion of studies last year.
The keynote speech will be delivered by the Ambassador of Japan, His Excellency Morio Matsumoto and the Ambassador of the Holy See, Apostolic Nuncio Most Reverend Archbishop Michael Wallace Banach as the guest speaker.
Meanwhile, preparation for the graduation has gone on smoothly with the weather being kind and sunny over the last several days.
Organizers hope the weather remains that way tomorrow. NBC
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