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Youths Say Community Work Can Improve Environment

Youths of Nasinu came together to help clean the Naag Baba Kuti Temple at Raralevu Road outside Nausori Town yesterday. The temple is famous for its 108 steps, is the
15 Sep 2014 06:47
Youths Say Community Work Can Improve Environment
Taito Sereiwai and Laisa Masirewa-Sereiwai held their son Jope Jassel Sereiwai for a few minutes at the Wainadoi border to celebrate their son’s 1st birthday last month.

Youths of Nasinu came together to help clean the Naag Baba Kuti Temple at Raralevu Road outside Nausori Town yesterday.

The temple is famous for its 108 steps, is the largest temple in Nausori, and attracts worshippers from around the country.

Clean-up organiser Vishal Lal said among rubbish collected were some empty beer bottles.

“We need to stop relying on others to keep the environment clean. We should make an effort to get out and get the work done,” Mr Lal said.

He said they conducted a lot of community work because living in a healthy and clean environment was an important part of everyone’s lives.

“Our environment must be kept clean at all times and people should take responsibility. The Naag Baba idol was also damaged and we are pleading with people not to do all these kind of acts and respect all religions,” Mr Lal said.

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