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Brotherhood Service For Vulinitu Boys

It was a thanksgiving in true manner of brotherhood and unity. Yesterday, the Queen Victoria School (QVS) family gathered at Centenary Church in Suva for a thanksgiving service. It was
07 Mar 2016 13:56
Brotherhood Service For Vulinitu Boys
Queen Victoria School students after the thanksgiving service at the Centenary Methodist Church in Suva yesterday. Photo: Litia Cava

It was a thanksgiving in true manner of brotherhood and unity.

Yesterday, the Queen Victoria School (QVS) family gathered at Centenary Church in Suva for a thanksgiving service.

It was evident when school headboy Manoa Ibeco spoke during the service, that students of the all-boys institution are still hopeful that they will soon return to their school.

“It has been a very tough year for all of us but we know that through God’s help and assistance from our parents and teachers, QVS will be back on its feet,”Ibeco said.

QVS in Tailevu took a battering when the monster Cyclone Winston, ripped through the school last month.

QVS principal Silivio Vueti said: “Despite the damage that our school sustained, I am at ease and I thank God that none of our students nor our teachers got hurt,”Mr Vueti said.

“It was a tough night for our students but I thank them for being attentive and for following instructions and we are here today to thank the Lord Almighty for his provision and protection,”he said.

Mr Vueti also stated that the QVS teachers are still in school and are waiting for the students to return.

Meanwhile, some students of QVS had been relocated to other schools around the country while repairs are being done to the school.

“We will have to wait for the ministry and at the moment I am grateful that our students are still going to school.”

 

Edited by Manasa Kalouniviti

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