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Kepu, Silo Best Cadets

All Saints Secondary School’s Best Male cadet Kepu Mairata and Best Female cadet Silo Ta­vatuilagi were happy yesterday after the cadet pass out parade in Labasa. They both dedicated their
12 May 2018 11:00
Kepu, Silo Best Cadets
Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere hands over the baton to All Saints Secondary School Best Female Cadet Silo Tavatuilagi in Labasa. May 11, 2018. Photo: Wati Talebula

All Saints Secondary School’s Best Male cadet Kepu Mairata and Best Female cadet Silo Ta­vatuilagi were happy yesterday after the cadet pass out parade in Labasa.

They both dedicated their achieve­ments to their families.

Kepu Mairata, 18, of Nauluwai in Naitasiri, said he was always aiming to be the Best Male cadet.

“It feels great because I had been plan­ning to be named the Best Male cadet since last year.

“To achieve what I had been aiming for is exciting,” Kepu said.

“I want to become a Police officer and I believe being part of the pass out pa­rade has instilled discipline in me that will be needed for my dream job.”

Silo Tavatuilagi, 17, of Viana village in Macuata, dedicated her achieve­ment to her father.

“I have been taking part in the pass out parade since I was in Year 9 and to be awarded the Best Female cadet feels good.

“My father is a disciplined man be­cause he is a retired soldier and I want to follow his footsteps and this is just the beginning,” Silo said.

“Through the training, the pass out parade has taught me to be proud of the school I attend and who I am. It has boosted my confidence especially in achieving my dreams.”

Special Prizes:

Best Detachment on Drill: Detachment 3

Best Female Cadet: Silo Tavatuilagi

Best Male Cadet: Kepu Mairata

Best All Round Cadet: Jovesa Buruso

Edited by Mohammed Zulfikar

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