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Headboy Talks Of Responsibilities

With authority comes responsibility, were the inspiring words of Wah Esmundo after being named the Marist Brothers Primary School headboy yesterday. “Let us not become bullies to our brothers but
07 Feb 2015 10:51
Headboy Talks Of Responsibilities
Marist Brothers Primary School prefects after their induction at the school yesterday. Photo: Rama

With authority comes responsibility, were the inspiring words of Wah Esmundo after being named the Marist Brothers Primary School headboy yesterday.

“Let us not become bullies to our brothers but let us lead them to the best of our abilities,” Wah said.

The 13-year-old also encouraged his colleagues to work together for a better 2015.

“Attending an all-boys school has helped me to be determined and at the same time work together with my brothers in building up my school reputation,” he said.

Twin brothers Apete Rasova and John Rasova were also among the 29 students who were badged as prefects yesterday.

Apete said he felt proud to be chosen as one of the leaders.

“My twin brother and I had spent the last seven years of primary school at MBPS and this year is our last year,” Apete said.

“We both take part in athletics and since this our last year, we will try to attain the best results for the school on the field and also in the classroom.”

Marist Brothers Primary School had their prefect induction at their school at Suva Street yesterday.

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