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Cadet Discipline Best: Vulaono

Baton of honour winner Viliame Vulaono says cadet training has replaced corporal punishment in schools. “It’s the best way to discipline students,” the Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Memorial School form
26 Jun 2015 10:44
Cadet Discipline Best: Vulaono
Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga presents the Baton of Honour to Viliame Vulaono during the Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Memorial School passing-out parade yesterday. Photo: Jona Konataci

Baton of honour winner Viliame Vulaono says cadet training has replaced corporal punishment in schools.

“It’s the best way to discipline students,” the Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Memorial School form seven student said yesterday after their passing-out parade in Nabua, Suva.

He has always dreamt of being an army officer.

“I am ready to fulfill that dream,” he said.

The 18-year-old Kabara, Namuka I Lau lad was all smiles after he received the baton of honor for being the best all-around cadet.

“Joining the Army has always been my dream and having to be part of this school passing out parade is a good platform for a promising career,” he said.

“Being the Headboy of the school and also as it is my last senior year, I would like to encourage all future Heads to keep up the level of discipline in the school,” he said.

“The cadet has brought discipline of the students to yet another level,” he said.

“I wish that cadet programs are held in all schools so that we can have more great leaders of our country in the future.” .

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