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‘Studies Brought Out The Best In Me’

A 34-year-old mother yesterday said all the struggling to stay focused on her studies brought out the best in her. Now she said she has witnessed what seemed impossible become possible,
21 Dec 2016 13:17
‘Studies Brought Out The Best In Me’
Graduate Adi Wainikiti Qereqeretabua with family members (from left) Caleb Koroi, Sarah Qereqeretabua, Joshua Koroi, Seru Koroi, and Sarah Koroi. Photo: Monica Aguilar

A 34-year-old mother yesterday said all the struggling to stay focused on her studies brought out the best in her.

Now she said she has witnessed what seemed impossible become possible, as she graduated yesterday.

Adi Wainikiti Qereqeretabua graduated with a Bachelors in Diabetics and Nutrition from the Fiji National University’s College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at the Vodafone Arena in Suva.

With her husband, mother and two children by her side, she said she was more than thankful to have the support of her loving husband.

“It was very hard because you have to take time out to study hours after work, so you get to knock off very late,” she said.

She currently lives in Narewa, Nadi. At the moment, she works for the Ministry of Health as a dietician.

She described her daily life, having to travel to the FNU campus in Lautoka after work, then travelling back home at night.

She had previously graduated with her Diploma in Dietetics and Nutrition.

“I am glad to finally achieve something that I have always wanted to achieve in life, and it is definitely something to celebrate,” she said. Edited by Rusiate Mataika

Feedback:  monica.aguilar@fijisun.com.fj

 


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