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Call Made For A Clean Environment

The 2018 Vodafone Sugar Festival was opened on Saturday night with a call for a clean environment to be fore­most on people’s minds. The call came from Nilesh Singh, Voda­fone’s
10 Sep 2018 11:00
Call Made For A Clean Environment
The 2018 Vodafone Sugar Festival contestants with Vodafone Fiji's head of recharge and distribution Nilesh Singh (middle) at the opening of the festival on September 9, 2018 at Churchill Park ground two in Lautoka. Photo: Yogesh Chandra

The 2018 Vodafone Sugar Festival was opened on Saturday night with a call for a clean environment to be fore­most on people’s minds.

The call came from Nilesh Singh, Voda­fone’s head of recharge and distribution at Churchill Park ground two in Lautoka.

Mr Singh said that the message should be highly taken into consideration because it was a concern for everyone.

“It is important to realise that Fiji needs a clean environment and a healthy nation which will eventually lead to a brighter fu­ture,” he said.

“The festival has become a major platform for bringing people together from different cultural backgrounds.”

Mr Singh said the contestants would get an unprecedented level of exposure to pre­pare them for further life challenges.

Sugar Festival Association president, Pusp Raj, said at the opening that people would get the opportunity to have unlim­ited fun at the grounds for the entire week.

Nine Queen contestants are part of this year’s festival.

They are:

Miss Daniel Signs Salote Taleaua;

Miss Bargain Box Faith Jedidah;

Miss Transtec Fiji Ltd Nilshika Karishma

Miss Lazer Electrical Ltd Prinal Ram;

Miss Formscaff Mirian Raju;

Miss Harmony Security Talilagi Delaifoa;

Miss Lautoka Market Vendors Associa­tion Esini Vukivuki;

Miss Wilderness Amusement and Rides Doreen Divya; and

Miss Lautoka City Council Payal Prasad

Edited by Epineri Vula

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