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Khan Eager To Carry Out Role

It is not about wearing the uniform but the responsibility that comes with it.
17 Feb 2019 09:30
Khan Eager To Carry Out Role
Constable Sheik Muzamil Khan (second from left): with his (from left): mother Samina Bi, dad Sheik Mohammed Khan and sister Zaira Rukshar at the Fiji Police Academy in Nasova on February 15, 2019. Photo: Wati Talebula

Constable Sheik Muzamil Khan succeeded in his first step to make his dream come true.

On Friday, he was one of the new recruits who were part of the Basic Recruits passing out parade at the Fiji Police Academy at Nasova, Suva.

The 20-year-old from Labasa knew he had to support his family financially when his father, who is a labourer at Waiqele Sawmill outside Labasa, injured his right eye.

The former Labasa Sangam student hopes to make a name for himself in the Fiji Police Force.

“I was doing my Degree in Agriculture and when my father got injured. I knew I had to find a job.

“I knew my father would not be able to support me financially so I decided to join the Fiji Police  Force,” Constable Khan said.

“Becoming a Police officer was never my dream, but the four months training has taught me a lot about a Police officer.

“It is not about wearing the uniform but the responsibility that comes with it.

“My family is my priority and they will always be. Now all Fijians are my priority.

“I am ready to serve the Police force and will give it my best shot.”

His first posting will be in Nadi.

Edited by Epineri Vula

Feedback: wati.talebula@fijisun.com.fj



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