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Head Girl To Improve Discipline

"Originally from Matasawalevu Naka­saleka in Kadavu, Seinibua is the first head girl in her family."
14 Feb 2019 09:50
Head Girl To Improve Discipline
John Wesley College head boy Eparama Naivulasiga and head girl Senibua Likukula with fellow prefects after their induction at Raiwai Methodist Church on February 8, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Newly-inducted head girl of John Wesley College, Seinibua Li­kukula, hopes to leave a posi­tive impact during her one year in the role.

The school inducted its student lead­ers for 2019 during an official ceremo­ny recently.

Originally from Matasawalevu Naka­saleka in Kadavu, Seinibua is the first head girl in her family.

“My parents were ecstatic when they found out I was to be head girl,” said the 18-year-old.

“I have had leadership roles in the past as form captain and deputy head girl so I understand the demands of the role.

“However, I am confident I can bring about improvements in areas of disci­pline in the school.”

John Wesley College Head Boy Eparama Naivulasiqa  and Head Girl Senibua Likukula (front) with fellow prefects after their prefect induction at Raiwai Methodist Church on February 8, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

John Wesley College Head Boy Eparama Naivulasiqa and Head Girl Senibua Likukula (front) with fellow prefects after their prefect induction at Raiwai Methodist Church on February 8, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Meanwhile, head boy Eparama Na­ivulasiga had not wanted the position when it was initially offered to him.

“But it was my father who motivated me to take up the role,” he said.

Originally from Qoma Island Tailevu, he lives with his family in Raiwaqa and aspires to become a Police officer just like his father.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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