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Kamania Ata is Best Overall Student

Second-year student Kamania Ata was thankful for the guidance and training he received at the Chevalier Training Centre at Wainadoi. The 19-year-old said: “This is my second home where I
22 Nov 2015 10:22
Kamania Ata is  Best Overall Student

Second-year student Kamania Ata was thankful for the guidance and training he received at the Chevalier Training Centre at Wainadoi.

The 19-year-old said: “This is my second home where I learned everything that makes a man strong and it’s a good place to know more about life.”

Kamania received the Best Overall Student award for Year Two during the graduation yesterday.

“I came in not knowing what to expect in life and the challenges that I will face in the future, but once I entered Chevalier Training Centre and met other boys, it was clear that I have to be persistent in everything I do and nothing will go wrong,” he said.

“I never thought I’d receive a prize and I thank the Lord for His guidance and my cousin Maria who encouraged me to apply for enrolment two years ago.”

He is from Umarerei Village in Rabi.

“I am going to miss my friends because we have now become brothers and I am sad to leave them.

“I will be a mechanic and I am ready to move forward from here to pursue my further studies in mechanical engineering the Fiji National University,” he said.

 

Tuilevu wants to help

his parents

To receive a prize in the first year of studying in a new school is a blessing, says Aminiasi Lorosio Tuilevu.

He received the Best Overall Student Award for Year One.

“I left my parents back in the village and came to Suva to look for a job and I came to know about the centre through my friends and decided to apply for enrolment. I did not dream for a day like this.

“My parents have worked so hard to put food on our table and the least I could do now is return them the favour by studying hard and getting a good job so that I can look after them when they get old,” he said.

“I worked hard and disciplined myself by following what we were taught. My dream is to become an engineer and living a disciplined life is the only way I can achieve that,” the 19-year-old of Naselevu, Macuata, Vanua Levu said.

luisa.qiolevu@fijisun.com.fj




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