SUNCITY

Lives Transformed In Cadet Training

Best male cadet Jaoji Sumusumu and best female cadet Mere Kau Tudrau were singing the same song yesterday. They sang praises about the value and benefit of cadet training. Their
26 Jun 2015 10:41
Lives Transformed In Cadet Training
Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga presents the best female cadet award to Mere Kau Tudrau. Photo: Jona Konataci

Best male cadet Jaoji Sumusumu and best female cadet Mere Kau Tudrau were singing the same song yesterday.

They sang praises about the value and benefit of cadet training.

Their lives had been transformed after five weeks of training, said Sumusumu, 16, and Tudrau, 17.

Sumusumu, who is from Lomaloma in Vanuabalavu, Lau, said the five weeks of hard training had really built them with more confidence.

“I personally feel that this passing out parade was good for me because I have dreamt to be an army officer and the skills that I have today (yesterday) will come in handy one day,” he said.

“This is a platform for me and all my friends who wish to join the army in the future and even after this parade I felt that I have become more disciplined,” he said.

“I want to dedicate this special achievement to my parents who have been very supportive,” he said.

Tudrau said she felt overwhelmed and excited at the same time.

“I left my island of Tuvuca, Vanuabalavu, in Lau, without knowing that I will become the best female cadet,” she said.

“I personally feel that cadet program should be done in all schools in Fiji, in order to have more disciplined and responsible citizens in the future.”

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