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Duo Scoop Leadership Award

  Waisale Rasauliwa and Vetinia Kumi reaped the fruits of their hard work after graduating from the Methodist Lay Training Centre at the Baker Hall in Davuilevu last Thursday. Waisale
06 Dec 2015 10:30
Duo Scoop Leadership Award

 

Waisale Rasauliwa and Vetinia Kumi reaped the fruits of their hard work after graduating from the Methodist Lay Training Centre at the Baker Hall in Davuilevu last Thursday.

Waisale Rasauliwa, 23, said: “Everything that happened today was shown to me in my dreams last year. I saw the whole formalities of this awards and I must say that I had no idea of what it meant until I reached this very day,” he said.

Mr Rasauliwa is originally from Dakuibeqa in Beqa and is the third eldest of five siblings in his family.

“My achievements today is a definition of a great leader, not that I am saying that I am a great leader, but the Lord my God is great for he is my leader who led me here today,” he said.

Mr Rasauliwa thanked his family for their support and his colleagues and friends at Davuilevu for making his journey a memorable one.

Vetinia Kumi, 21, said: “Being a leader of such a prestigious institution is not an easy task.

“To be a leader requires dedication, sacrifice and being strong for your followers and it also means greater challenges ahead where only the strongest stand and weak will fall,” she said.

“I am so glad that I was able to reach this far and successfully finish my three years of study at the centre. It was indeed a long and challenging journey but I thank the Lord Almighty for his blessings, my family for their support and my friends for looking out for me when I needed help,” she said.

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