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Widow Counts Her Blessings

Forty-year-old Laisa Vakatalai could not express how proud she is, knowing that her son will be among the new 147 Fijian Corrections Service (FCS) officers on Friday. The service will
09 Mar 2015 11:14
Widow Counts Her Blessings
Waisea Daunivalu (right), during the Corrections Service church service for recruits at the FMF Gymnasium yesterday. Photo: Rama

Forty-year-old Laisa Vakatalai could not express how proud she is, knowing that her son will be among the new 147 Fijian Corrections Service (FCS) officers on Friday.

The service will conduct a passing-out parade at the Naboro Corrections Complex where the recruits, after months of training, would graduate.

“My husband passed away in 2007 and I was left alone to raise our three children.

“Despite the challenges, I believe the Lord has greater plans for my children and for me to see that my eldest son’s hard work has paid off. It is a blessing,” she said.

Her son, Waisea Daunivalu, 20, is among the recruits.

“I usually advise my children to stay focus and to always remember that better days are yet to come,” Ms Vakatalai said.

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