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Contestants Visit Nausori Police Station

This year’s Vodafone Tebara Carnival Queen contestants will help promote the need to build safe and resilient communities in Nausori and surrounding areas. The contestants visited Nausori Police Station yesterday
05 Jul 2015 13:11
Contestants Visit Nausori Police Station
ausori Police station women constable Sonia Kumar (left) and Margaret Rose(right) with Vodafone 2015 Tebara Carnival Contestants Miss Raralevu Akeneta Moce, Miss Koronavia Sheryle Mudliar, Miss Nausori Police Station Aletia Maumauepi, Miss Sawani Torika Korocawiri, Miss Nakasi Shayal Chand and Miss Wainibokasi Kinisimere Cokanisiga while visiting Nausori Police Station. Photo: Ronald Kumar

This year’s Vodafone Tebara Carnival Queen contestants will help promote the need to build safe and resilient communities in Nausori and surrounding areas.

The contestants visited Nausori Police Station yesterday for a familiarisation tour of Miss Nausori Police Station, Alitia Maumau Epi.

Carnival director for Queens Committee, Shainaaz Ali, said the visit was to introduce the contestants to their sponsors and members of the community.

“The visit to the Nausori Police Station was to introduce Miss Alitia to Police officers because she will represent them in the carnival,” Ms Ali said.

She was met by the Deputy Police Commander Eastern, Superintendent (SP)   Vilisi Misiamete and station officers.

The contestants were hosted to morning tea after a tour of the station.

Miss Epi, 21, comes from Qamea Island in Vanua Levu. She has maternal links to Bau Island.

“I’m excited to be here. Representing Nausori Police Station will give me a great opportunity and a platform to voice my concern regarding issues that is affecting Fiji and communities in Nausori,” Miss Epi said.

Vodafone sponsorship manager Adriu Vakarau said they were happy to be associated with the carnival which has been revived after 12 years.

“We are happy that we’ve been given the opportunity to get involved in this year’s Vodafone Tebara Carnival and helping the girls in advocating on the carnival theme which is Building a safe resilient community,” Mr Vakarau said.

The carnival will be from July 25 to August 1 at Syria Park.

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