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Lauryn Inia Is Gospel’s Best Female Cadet

The cadet programme was to instil discipline and a sense of teamwork into students.
24 Mar 2019 00:00
Lauryn Inia Is Gospel’s Best Female Cadet
Gospel High School Best Female cadet 2019 Lauryn Inia, Baton of Honor recipient and Gospel High School head boy Inia Mills and Best Male cadet 2019 and deputy head boy Mosese Naco. Photo: Simione Haravanua

Eighteen-year-old Lauryn Inia was happy to be the Best Female Cadet during the passing-out parade for Gospel High School.

“The purpose of this cadet programme was to instil discipline and a sense of teamwork into students to help them improve later in life,” she said.
“This is beneficial for students who want to choose a military career.”

Lauryn said that they had training for eight days compared to last year’s months of training.

Chief Guest, the Director Force Development of Republic of Fiji Military Forces Colonel Onisivoro Covunisaqa said cadetship was aimed to instil new qualities.

“The spirit of striving towards your goals with discipline, courage, obedience, determination and teamwork,” he said.

“It reinforces the spirit, culture, sharing and working together in achieving a common goal. As cadets, you are leaders in your own individual right and you must therefore continue to resemble the acquired leadership qualities in life. Everything is possible through perseverance, dedication, personal drive and self-determination.”

Baton of Honour award went to the head boy of the school, Inia Mills.
He said their success was through communication and dedication from the students.

Best Male Cadet went to the deputy head boy, Mosese Naco. The 18-year-old said the parade would be beneficial for his future because he wants to become a Navy Officer.

680 students participated in the passing-out parade. The parade was held at the school yesterday

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