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Lata: Love Thy neighbour

Miss Lautoka Sector Deepal Prakashni Lata, a contestant in the week-long Lautoka Farmers Carnival at Churchill Park dreams of a peaceful Fiji where children could live happily. She calls on
22 Jul 2015 15:35
Lata: Love Thy neighbour
Miss Lautoka Sector Deepal Prakashni Lata. Photo: Sheetal Prasad

Miss Lautoka Sector Deepal Prakashni Lata, a contestant in the week-long Lautoka Farmers Carnival at Churchill Park dreams of a peaceful Fiji where children could live happily.

She calls on Fijians to love one another and to help needy children.

“It is important to love and help your neighbours and teach children the right way,” Miss Lata said.

“I am very passionate about helping other people, especially needy children in our society because children are our future.

“Every child needs to be educated, fed and provided with shelter to grow healthy and wise. I advise all to help needy children who are in unfortunate situations.

Miss Lata, 19, is from Vuda Back Road in Lautoka. She is a receptionist at the Viseisei Sai Health Centre.

She is sponsored by Kiran Palace.

“I hope to study in New Zealand and become a health inspector inorder to help needy children in Fiji.

“I enjoy singing, dancing, meeting people, socialising and travelling.

“If I get any prize money, I would donate it to children who need school stationery.”

The carnival ends on Saturday.

Feedback: sheetalp@fijisun.com.fj

 



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