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Fiji Sun Letter Winners Take Home Philips Electronic Prizes from Courts

Fiji Sun Letter Winners Take Home Philips Electronic Prizes from Courts
From left: Courts retail manager Benjamin Mohammed, Fiji Sun’s Letter of the Month winner for the month of July Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa and Fiji Sun marketing manager Rajiv Raj at the Courts branch at Rodwell Road, Suva on December 1, 2017. Photo: Ashna Kumar.
December 02
18:21 2017

Fiji Sun’s Letter of the Month winner for July, Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa was able to walk away with a Philips 1200-watt bagged vacuum cleaner.

The 60-year-old of Koro Island, who is a retired civil servant, currently lives in Samabula, Suva. He  was delighted when he got his early Christmas present at Courts at Rodwell Road in Suva yesterday.

He said he loved writing to highlight his views in this newspaper as one of his passions was being able to write.

“I love to write and advocate on things that I feel is right.

“My letter was about business houses advertising on people who are no longer employed by them. I feel that it is against a person’s will and it brings embarrassment to them and their families. It is not fair to them,” Mr Vakaliwaliwa said.

Another Fiji Sun winner, this time for Fiji Sun’s Letter of the Week during the month of August, won himself a Philips Dry Iron yesterday.

Jonas Bradburgh, 39, of Rewa Estate, Macuata, is a levy officer with the Fiji National University. He said he was quite happy to win something as a result of his letter.

He also said it was the first time he has won something in such a competition which meant a lot to him, recognising his views and opinions.

Mr Bradburgh’s letter was ‘Thank You Nadroga’ which he wrote to appreciate the efforts of the Nadroga Rugby Union.

“I wanted to thank the Nadroga Rugby Union for their dedication towards rugby and the highlights regarding player eligibility.

“I had mentioned some procedures in my letter which I thought was important to highlight. I have a passion to write only to put my views out there as a citizen of this country. I will surely continue and encourage everyone to continue writing because everyone’s views count,” Mr Bradburgh said.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce


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