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Mother Believes Nation’s Cries Helped

Vilimaina Radrodro, the mother of a detained peacekeeper, says: “I believe our prayers and cries as a nation to the Lord has helped in the safe release of our soldiers.”
17 Sep 2014 07:56
Mother Believes Nation’s Cries Helped
Guard commander Sgt. Venina Naitogotogo (left) with her team of RFMF personnel during the State House Change of Guard ceremony on November 30, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Vilimaina Radrodro, the mother of a detained peacekeeper, says: “I believe our prayers and cries as a nation to the Lord has helped in the safe release of our soldiers.”

Her son, 20- year old Private Semi Radrodro was among 45 Fijian peacekeepers detained for two weeks by the Syrian militants.

She said her son called to say he was well and safe.

“We talked through skype and I’m thankful for the endless support of our nation as a whole.

“Everybody contributed to the safe return of our brave soldiers,” Mrs Radrodro said.

The emotional mother said the service signified the unity of the people in our country.

“I’m thankful for the inter- denominational service today,” she said.

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