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Practise Proper Rubbish Disposal: Vodafone Rep

Everyone should practise proper disposal of rubbish. This was emphasised by the Vodafone Fiji Head of Enterprises and Development Antonio Kitione while opening the Vodafone Ba Riverside Carnival at Ba
21 Sep 2018 11:00
Practise Proper Rubbish Disposal: Vodafone Rep
Lautoka City Council chief executive officer Dip Narayan (fourth from left), Tui Ba Ratu Etuate Kuitoa (fifth from left) and Head of Enterprises and Development at Vodafone Fiji Antonio Kitione (sixth from left), with Vodafone Ba Riverside Carnival queen contestants on September 19, 2018. Photo: Yogesh Chandra

Everyone should practise proper disposal of rubbish.

This was emphasised by the Vodafone Fiji Head of Enterprises and Development Antonio Kitione while opening the Vodafone Ba Riverside Carnival at Ba Riverside Grounds on Wednesday.

“Rubbish disposal is something that should not only be taught in schools but practised at home as well,” he said.

“Proper rubbish disposal would help us safeguard our environment from all the harmful effects.”

Mr Kitione said the carnival would be a major platform for the contestants to raise awareness on the theme.

The theme for this year’s carnival is “Our Rubbish—Our Responsibil­ity”

Mr Kitione said the Government of the day had made adequate av­enues for rubbish disposal and it was everyone’s responsibility to follow it.

He said the festival was one of the major paths to getting people from different ethnic backgrounds together.

The crowning of the Miss Voda­fone Ba Riverside Carnival queen will take place tomorrow.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

Feedback: yogesh.chandra@fijisun.com.fj



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