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James: For Parents

  James Tubu says making his parents proud is what drives him every day at Ratu Kadavulevu School. Yesterday his father, Joeli Tubu, proudly marched up on stage to badge
15 Feb 2016 11:15
James: For Parents
2016 Prefects of Queen Victoria School after teh school's prefect induction yesterday. Photo: AQELA SUSU

 

James Tubu says making his parents proud is what drives him every day at Ratu Kadavulevu School.

Yesterday his father, Joeli Tubu, proudly marched up on stage to badge his son as the 2016 headboy of the school in Tailevu.

“I believe discipline is one of the key of becoming successful in life and RKS has taught me the importance of maintaining discipline,” Joeli said.

“It will be a tough year but I believe that through the assistance of my teachers, parents and collegues, Year 2016 will be a fruitful year for the students of Lodoni.”

The 19-year-old from Tubalevu, Namara in Tailevu aspires to be an agriculture businessman and is currently undertaking vocational studies in Agro-Engineering.

James is the fifth eldest in the family of six siblings. He was awarded the Best Cadet in Drill when he joined RKS in 2011 and was also part of the Under-18 team that won the 2015 Deans trophy.

Jonacani eyes better future

Studying away from home can be tough but for Jonacani Rogawa, he believes that it is preparing him for better things that are yet to come his way.

The 18-year-old from Cikobua,Vatulele in Macuata aspires to be a sports journalist in the future. He was badged as one of the 2016 Prefects of RKS.

“My parents are both in the village but we do keep in touch and I believe that whatever I challengers I am through right now while studying is preparing me to become an enhanced person.

“I miss my family and that drives me every day while I’m in school.”

Edited by Manasa Kalouniviti

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