The New Zealand Prime Minister Hon. Jacinda Ardern will arrive on the grounds of the National University of Samoa (.N.U.S) on Monday the 5th of March.
This is part of the Prime Minister's official visit to Samoa and other Pacific islands.
The Honourable Prime Minister and her delegation, will be welcomed with a traditional ava ceremony upon their arrival at Papaigalagala.
This will be followed by an art exhibition and a photo shoot.
The highlight of the day will be a question and answer session where students of the National University of Samoa will question the Prime Minister on three thematic areas of Gender, Climate Change and youth.
Students of the National University of Samoa will be a part of these open discussions come Monday morning at Le Papaigalagala.
The Vice Chancellor of the National University of Samoa, Prof Fui Leapai Tuua Asofou So’o says he is very much looking forward to this event, as it is a once in a life time opportunity for students.
Around 300 students and staff of the National University of Samoa are expected to be part of this occasion.