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Danielle is Princess

An aspiring lawyer believes that gaining exposure through her participation in the Vodafone Hibiscus Festival will pave the way to achieving her dream job. Princess Ovalau, Danielle Dicakau Naulu, could
22 Aug 2015 10:54
Danielle is Princess
From left: Taniela Naulu, 2015 Hibiscus Princess, Miss Ovalau Danielle Dicakau Naulu, Marica Naulu (mother) and Taniela Naulu after the crowning in Suva. 2015 Hibiscus Prince Stephen Qalo (middle), with proud parents Waisake and Siuwa Qalo after the crowning in Suva on Wednesday night. Photo: Aqela Susu

An aspiring lawyer believes that gaining exposure through her participation in the Vodafone Hibiscus Festival will pave the way to achieving her dream job.

Princess Ovalau, Danielle Dicakau Naulu, could not express her excitement after she was crowned the 2015 Vodafone Hibiscus Princess on Wednesday night.

Danielle was among 10 girls who took part in the Princess category.

“I joined this festival to gain some exposure. After this I am confident to speak in public which is one of the things I will have to do in the future as a lawyer,” she said.

Danielle said the crown did not come as a surprise because she knew she would win.

The Yaroi, Savusavu native credits her achievement to her parents.

Meanwhile, Prince Kadavu, Stephen Qalo was crowned this year’s Prince.

The Year Five student of Deenbandhu Primary School in Suva hopes to participate in the Kings category in the future.

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