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Kitione: The World Will Become Friends

The Telecom Fiji Limited Sugar Festival was said to be an event of giving back to the people of Lautoka. The comments were made by the chief guest during the
19 Sep 2016 11:02
Kitione: The World  Will Become Friends
From left: Telecom Fiji Limited Sugar second runner up Sarina Lanyon, queen Matilda Katelyn Vakarau , TFL regional manager - West Henry Kitione and first runner up Akanisi Nawa at Churchill Park, Lautoka, after the crowning last night. Photo: Charles Chambers

The Telecom Fiji Limited Sugar Festival was said to be an event of giving back to the people of Lautoka.

The comments were made by the chief guest during the crowning night on Saturday, TFL regional manager West Henry Kitione.

Mr Kitione said the people of Lautoka deserved something and the festival was just what was needed to give back to them.

“As we become friends, the rest of the world would become friends too,” he said.

Miss Value City Fiji, Matilda Vakarau, was crowned Miss Sugar.

Mr Kitione said the festival was getting bigger and better each year.

He thanked the group of volunteers who had kept the park clean throughout the weeklong festival.

Mr Kitione also thanked the “brave contestants” for stepping forward to become queen contestants.

 

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

Feedback: charles.chambers@fijisun.com.fj


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