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Festival Helps Society

Festival Helps Society
From left: COP23 Climate Champion Shalvi Shakshi, Australian Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills Karen Andrews, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Baroness Patricia Scotland, Attorney-General and Education Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Climate Champion Timoci Naulusala and Cameroon Minister of Secondary Education, Ngalle Bibehe Massena during th Big Lunch event at the Feast restaurant, Denarau on February 21, 2018. Photo: Waisea Nasokia
August 25
20:59 2014

Vodafone Fiji strongly believes that as a business, the objective is to make money, earn profit and help society.

These were the comments made by Vodafone Fiji head of Commerce and Corporate Affairs, Shailendra Prasad during the Variety Night of the 2014 Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North on Saturday.

The theme of the festival is ‘Our Environment, Our Future’.

Festival Helps Society

Festival Helps Society

“If you have good governance, principles and ethics, you will be able to have a sustainable society and business environment where everyone will benefit from,” Mr Prasad said.

“We must look to reuse, reduce and recycle, so we are able to sustain the resources for our future generation.”

He was impressed with presentations made by the contestants where they spoke on protecting the environment for Fiji’s future generation.

“The messages portrayed by the contestants are timely and it’s about time we stand up and play a part in protecting our environment.”


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