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Domolailai’s Sacrifice For Study Pays Off

  Kininimere Likuvono Domolailai was overjoyed after she graduated with a Certificate in Hotel Management from the Fiji National University. She had enrolled in the National Training and Productivity Centre
04 Aug 2016 10:49
Domolailai’s Sacrifice For Study Pays Off
Kinisimere Likuvono Domolailai receives her certificate from NTPC deputy director Satendra Nari during the graduation at the FNU Namaka campus yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

 

Kininimere Likuvono Domolailai was overjoyed after she graduated with a Certificate in Hotel Management from the Fiji National University. She had enrolled in the National Training and Productivity Centre – Department of Hospitality and Tourism programme.

Originally from Tagaqe, Nadroga, Ms Domolailai was one of the 16 students that undertook the programme at the Fiji Hideaway Resort with the facilitation of trainers from the FNU Sigatoka branch.

The 30-year-old wife of national rugby 7s Apisai Domolailai, said she sacrificed a lot time away from her family in order to pursue her one-year study.

“I would leave home at 6.30am and work, study in my free time and our class would be conducted in the resort, but we did manage wisely,” she said.

“I could still remember that Apisai would meet me at home after 9.30pm during his break from the camp, but that is all about sacrifice.

“We have been discussing the career path we take and we do compliment each other.”

She thanked her employer at the Hideaway Fiji Resort and Spa and the Fiji National University for their commitment.

“We thank FNU and Hideaway rather than going to Sigatoka town to attend class there. It has been very convenient for us and I will continue to study,” she said.

She has been employed in the Resort for more than 10 years.

Mr Domolailai is currently in Chile in preparation for the Rio Olympic Games.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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