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Galu has soft spot for marine life

PENI DRAUNA LABASA Being a contestant is not only for the employed and students who attend these big institutions, it is for everyone. These were the words of Litiana Galu,
10 Aug 2014 09:05

Litiana Galu. Photo: Peni Drauna

PENI DRAUNA
LABASA

Being a contestant is not only for the employed and students who attend these big institutions, it is for everyone.
These were the words of Litiana Galu, one of the contestants who is vying for the Queens Vodafone Friendly North Festival title.
She will use the festival as a platform to advocate on unemployment issues; she will also campaign on how we should preserve our marine ecosystem.
“In the upcoming festival I want to voice out how marine ecosystems needP to be preserved, and how we can take care of these marine ecosystems” she said.
“Fiji has witnessed the extinction of some of its marine organisms like turtles; we should try and be aware of this and work on ways of protecting these marine lives” she added.
“If we humans love one another, why don’t we also show the same love to the marine ecosystem?”
Miss Galu has urged the people of Labasa to work together and protect their environment for the future generation.
The 22-year-old from Lau is being sponsored by Charan Jeath Singh Group of Companies.
peni.drauna@fijisun.com.fj




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