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Mum Recalls Son’s Final Words

Mum Recalls Son’s Final Words
Family and friends with twin brother Samuela Tuiloma holding the picture of the late Joseva Tuiloma after his burial on June 8, 2018. Photo: Simione Haravanua
June 09
11:11 2018

These were the words of disheartened Seini Naisogo, mother of Joseva Durusolo Tuiloma who died in an accident along Ratu Mara Road in Samabula last Saturday.

He was laid to rest by his friends, family and his rugby teammates at the Tamavua Village cemetery yesterday.

“The thought that I lost him and will never get to see or speak with him again broke my heart. I wish I had been here to see him and hug him one last time,” the teary-eyed mother said.

Ms Naisogo, who lives in Australia, travelled to Fiji on Wednesday for her youngest son’s funeral.

Jojo, including his twin brother Samuela Vodo, was the youngest of four siblings.

When she last spoke to Jojo, he was waiting to see her and had always gave an assurance that he would take care of himself.

“I told him to always take care because I did not want to lose him.He always told me not to worry because he will be the one who will bury me when I die” Ms Naisogo said.

“Little did we know that I would witness this day when I would bury him.

“When my daughter told me of the accident, I could not believe it.”

Edited by Percy Kean


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