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Ministers Eye Youth Development

Newly-appointed Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou aims to continue the sports development of youths. “We will continue to further our development in sports most importantly on the youths,”
25 Sep 2014 16:47
Ministers Eye Youth Development
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Newly-appointed Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou aims to continue the sports development of youths.

“We will continue to further our development in sports most importantly on the youths,” Tuitubou said.

Tuitubou who was the former Commissioner Central was declared an elected-member of Parliament following the resignation of Dr Jiko Luveni.

He believes Government should offer youths privileges to develop their sporting talents.

“As we understand that our youths are our future leaders and the cabinet can come up with ways as to which we can fulfill this,” Tuitubou said.

2012 London Paralympics gold medalist Iliesa Delana is the new Assistant Minister for Sports and says they would continue to do the work done by Government.

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