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Many Applaud Reverend Banivanua

Members of the Methodist Church are confident that new president-elect, Reverend Tevita Banivanua, has what it takes to take the church to a new level. Matia Mata, 60, of Vatukarasa
27 Aug 2014 15:44
Many Applaud Reverend Banivanua
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Members of the Methodist Church are confident that new president-elect, Reverend Tevita Banivanua, has what it takes to take the church to a new level.

Matia Mata, 60, of Vatukarasa in Nadroga said he believed in Reverend Banivanua.

“Reverend Banivanua has the ability to continue what the late Reverend Waqairatu has done and I am happy that my vote has not gone to waste,” Mr Mata said.

Many applaud Reverend Banivanua

Many applaud Reverend Banivanua

“The Methodist Church needs a leader who they can count on and since Reverend Banivanua and the late Reverend Waqairatu came from the same village they would share the same value and principles.”

Sireli Naseka, 65, of Toga in Navosa thanked God for another year.

“I am one of those who chose Reverend Banivanua because I have seen how he works and I trust he will do a good job; I thank God that I am able to be alive and part of this year’s anniversary and “Bose ko Viti,” Mr Naseka said.

“Reverend Tevita can continue what the late Reverend Tuikilakila has done and I am happy that he has been chosen to be the president.”

The ‘Bose Ko Viti’ ends on Friday, August 29.

wati.talebula@fijisun.com.fj




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