The police force confirmed that students will be able to perform as a member of the NPF brass band at official events.
Nauru Police said, “The Force’s Media called in to check on the progress of our 'sons and daughters' from Class 9:1 NSS who opted to join the Nauru Police Force Brass Band.”
“Support them as they demonstrate the qualities we want to see in our youth: dedication, punctuality, persistence, resilience, team work and discipline. These young people are our future leaders.”
The training will be led by Band Master Inspector Sakiusa Tikotani, assisted by NPF Brass Band members A/Senior Constables Esson Temaki and Runior Reweru.
NPF Band Camp is now in its second week, with students practicing 10am-1pm each week day at the Police Training Centre in Aiwo.
The students are expected to perform with the brass band at the National Independence Day celebration on 31 January.