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Family Mourns Their Eldest Son

Inoke was a volunteer with the FijiFirst party in the west.
01 Mar 2019 15:16
Family Mourns Their Eldest Son
Family members paying their final respects to the late Inoke Dramai in Korovou, Tavua on February 28, 2019. Photo: Rohit Kumar

A father had to face one of the toughest moments of his life when he was told over the phone that his eldest son was no more.

Timoci Natusau, said his 32-year-old son Inoke Dramai was admitted to hospital after he suffered electric shock and fell from 2.5 metres while removing a FijiFirst campaign advertisement from a billboard in Tavua last November.

“He passed away last Friday morning,” said Mr Natusa.

“I will miss my son so much; he was always helping people with community service. His presence will be missed.”

Inoke was a volunteer with the FijiFirst party in the west.

Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum (front left) leading the coffin of the late Inoke Dramai who was a FijiFirst party volunteer in the West in Korovou, Tavua on February 28, 2019. Photo: Rohit Kumar

Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum (front left) leading the coffin of the late Inoke Dramai who was a FijiFirst party volunteer in the West in Korovou, Tavua on February 28, 2019. Photo: Rohit Kumar

On Wednesday, Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Minister for Health and Medical Services Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete and other FijiFirst staff visited the family residence with their reguregu in Korovou Village, Tavua.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum was also present at the funeral yesterday.

Edited by Susana Tuilau

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