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Contestants Get Hands Dirty

Although the Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival ended on Saturday work for some contestants did not stop there. At Albert Park yesterday, King and Queen contestants spent their Sunday cleaning up
25 Aug 2014 20:52
Contestants Get Hands Dirty
Ballantine Memorial School students Fiji Day celebration at Albert Park on October 10, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Although the Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival ended on Saturday work for some contestants did not stop there.

At Albert Park yesterday, King and Queen contestants spent their Sunday cleaning up at the park.

Vodafone Hibiscus King Mr Rentokil Initial, Josaia Nanuqa, said his experience as a contestant was priceless.

Contestants Get Hands Dirty

Contestants Get Hands Dirty

“I was motivated by my colleagues to participate and winning was never in my mind,” Mr Nanuqa said.

“It is still hard to sink in that I attained the crown and I want to thank everyone who encouraged me, especially my sponsors.”

King contestant Mr Sky Glory Josh Alexis Valentine said the experience was memorable.

Contestants Get Hands Dirty

Contestants Get Hands Dirty

“It was a hectic week I must admit and I will take some time off from everything to relax,” Mr Valentine said.

“The experience was fulfilling and I hope to do more.”

The contestants were also hosted lunch before they dispersed.

Meanwhile, Miss Vodafone Hibiscus 2014 Nanise Rainima was also part of the clean up yesterday.

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