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Seven Queen Contestants For Nasinu Carnival

Seven queen contestants are vying for the 2018 Miss Nasinu Crown at the Vodafone Millennium Sinu Festival. The festival at the Valelevu ground starts on July 28 with the crowning
15 Jul 2018 09:59
Seven Queen Contestants For Nasinu Carnival
Mr Ravoravo Rabbitohs Timoci Vosailagi, Miss Bula Events Group Aarti Akansha, Mr G6 Holdings Wame Batimala, Miss PSG Electrical Mereoni Nai, Mr NZO Fiji Waisale Nasau, MIss Seaside Boxing Club Mereoni Koliverata, Miss Formscaff Dipika Prasad, Miss Noqu I Tau Emmie St John, 2017 Miss Bula Ashika Menon, Miss Nadi Town Council Elizabeth Sidal, Miss Media Waves Asena Mumu, Miss Sharma Music Kirisitiana Uluwai, Mr Sharmas Music Centre Mosese Dadavanua, Miss Harmony Security Makereta Suguvanua, Mr Radio Dharkhan Australia Ratu Vuniani at the opening of the Digicel Bula Festival at the Prince Charles Park in Nadi last night. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

Seven queen contestants are vying for the 2018 Miss Nasinu Crown at the Vodafone Millennium Sinu Festival.

The festival at the Valelevu ground starts on July 28 with the crowning night on August 4.

The theme for the festival is ‘Don’t waste the future of our children’.

Manager Keshwin Lal said: “The festival was staged once again on a bigger scale with our sponsorship last year paving the way for the council and communities to jointly set the stage for retailers, families, contestants and most importantly, charity.

“This has been our aim in sponsoring all the 10 carnivals across the country, our passion for the vanua in seeing the positive effects of our support in assisting the townships.

“This can be seen through community projects undertaken from the funds raised through the festivals.”

Mr Lal said he wishes all the contestants and organisers of the festival the very best.

“We will work together with the Nasinu Town Council and the festival committee to deliver a great festival for the people of Nasinu and contribute towards the improvement of the town.

“Vodafone is a proud enabler to set the stage for our youths to create awareness and advocate on issues affecting our communities and country through the carnivals.”

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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