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Hannah is Princess Niue, 10-year-old eyes medical profession

In the hope of experiencing new things and helping the unfortunate, the enthusiastic Hannah Hadassah Nadakuitavuki had joined the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival. The 10-year-old is contesting in the
21 Aug 2014 11:42
Hannah is Princess Niue, 10-year-old eyes medical profession
Anish Khem controls the ball

In the hope of experiencing new things and helping the unfortunate, the enthusiastic Hannah Hadassah Nadakuitavuki had joined the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival. The 10-year-old is contesting in the festival as Princess Niue.

“I’m in Year Five and I attend St Anne’s Primary School in Suva,” Hannah said.

She loves drawing, writing, singing and experiencing different things and wants to be a doctor when she grows up.

“Through this festival I have made a lot of new friends and learned a lot of new things.”

Her mother, EsetaNadakuitavuki, said her daughter showed interest in the festival herself and they gave their full support. “This is her own initiative and her willpower to do something for the community and I’m very proud of her,” Ms Nadakuitavuki said.

She said Hannah had her tax identification number, birth certificate and photos for the contest done with the help of her grandmother. This was while she was out of the country with her husband in March.

“Hannah wrote a poem on climate change, she sang a song among other things at the Princess talent, Princess character and public judging on the main stage.”

Ms Nadakuitavuki said Hannah was their only child and they were blessed to have her in their life.

zafiya.shamim@fijisun.com.fj



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