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Bainimarama Acknowledges Nadali Community

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday paid tribute to the dedicated mothers, fathers, church and community for making possible the new Tebara Seventh-day Adventist Kindergarten.
25 Feb 2020 13:30
Bainimarama Acknowledges Nadali Community
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, students of Tebara Seventh-day Adventist Kindergarten with guests and officials during the opening of the kindergarten in Nausori on February 24, 2020. Photo: Deptfo

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday paid tribute to the dedicated mothers, fathers, church and community for making possible the new Tebara Seventh-day Adventist Kindergarten.

Mr Bainimarama officially opened the kindergarten, which would serve the people of Nadali in Nausori.

“They say it takes a village to raise a child. Through your support for this kindergarten, it’s clear you are committed to that old expression, and to raising your children right,” Mr Bainimarama said yesterday.

“For that, I thank you.

“Your passion for your children’s education is nothing short of an inspiration.

“Fijian communities who share my Government’s commitment to educating our children, play a vital role in our nation’s development.”

He emphasised the importance of early childhood education.

“I applaud each of you for showing the foresight to prepare your students for their educational careers,” he said.

“These are the years when intellectual curiosity is first sparked in young Fijians’ minds and when good values take root and grow in their hearts.

“These are the years where the strong, kind and courageous Fijian leaders of tomorrow build a foundation of morality and intellectual rigour that will serve them all their lives.”

Mr Bainimarama highlighted Government’s commitment towards education and the initiatives that had been provided from primary to tertiary level education in ensuring a more qualified and skilled Fiji.

He also reminded children that it was the start of the flu season and it was very important to take precautions.

Mr Bainimarama also spent an hour holding a talanoa session exploring ways to work with the people to help more children gain access to high quality education.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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