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Wainiqolo Wins Annual Prize

Naisaumua Village native Josua Wainiqolo said a Bible verse empowered him in his work as manager Non-Revenue Water and Geographical Information System in achieving the award. The 40-year-old manager scooped
01 Feb 2017 10:53
Wainiqolo Wins Annual Prize
Josua Wainiqolo.

Naisaumua Village native Josua Wainiqolo said a Bible verse empowered him in his work as manager Non-Revenue Water and Geographical Information System in achieving the award.

The 40-year-old manager scooped the Employee of the Year Award during the Water Authority of Fiji annual awards night at the Novotel Suva Lami Bay Hotel.

“Because I always believe as a word says in Bible ‘Seek ye first the Kingdoms of God, and everything will be added on to you. I am empowered by these words,” Mr Wainiqolo said.

“I would like to thank my WAF family because without their support, I would not have received this award.

“I would also like to thank my family for their support.”

Before joining the WAF Mr Wainiqolo worked for the Ministry of Fisheries and Ministry of Education.

He taught computing technology at Suva Grammar School and Mahatma Gandhi Memorial High School (MGM).

He was born and raised in Drekeniwai Village in Vanua Levu and currently residing with his wife and three sons in Caubati, Nasinu.

“My plans for WAF under the strategic objective of the company is, we have to meet the standards, set by our management through the discussion of our board members,” he said.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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