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Mosese’s Dream For Future Now One Step Closer

Nothing wrong in dreaming for big things from a young age: Headboy   Mosese Ravuriwai says his new role as headboy would help pave the way to fulfil his ambition
04 Feb 2017 11:00
Mosese’s Dream For Future Now One Step Closer
Valebasoga Public School headboy Mosese Ravuriwai inducted by chief guest Delip Chand (right) during the prefect induction at the school in Labasa. Photo: SUPPLIED

Nothing wrong in dreaming for big things from a young age: Headboy

 

Mosese Ravuriwai says his new role as headboy would help pave the way to fulfil his ambition to become an engineer.

The 12-year-old student of Valebasoga Public School in Labasa made this comment during the prefects investiture ceremony yesterday.

“It is an honour for me to be the headboy of the school and I thank the teachers for having faith in me with this new role,” Mosese said.

“Being the youngest of six siblings has taught me that not everything comes easy in life.

“We have to work hard to achieve something in life.”

“Being the headboy of the school had always been my dream and I thank God for making it come true.

“My father is a vegetable farmer and my mother does domestic duties,” he said.

“I often shared my dream with friends and families about becoming a headboy of the school.

“However, no one accepted what I shared and today’s achievement proves that there is nothing wrong in dreaming big things from a young age.

“This is a stepping stone to my bigger dream that is to become an engineer and I am confident that again I will make my family proud.”

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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