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Staying Away From Suva Nightlife Benefits Graduate

“The sacrifices and especially giving up the temptation of city life and then to come to the dormitory did paid off,” the 24-year-old said. “I had to flee from the Suva City life style.”
22 Nov 2021 11:30
Staying Away From Suva Nightlife Benefits Graduate
Losana Baseresere is flanked by her parents. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Being away from the night life of the Suva city proved beneficial for Losana Baseresere.

She mentioned this after graduating with a Bachelor in Business (Marketing) at the 2021 Fulton Adventist College graduation at Sabeto Campus, Nadi yesterday.

The Toki, Nakorotubu, Ra native also scooped the Business Department Entrepreneurial Excellence award.

 

“The sacrifices and especially giving up the temptation of city life and then to come to the dormitory did paid off,” the 24-year-old said.

“I had to flee from the Suva City life style.”

Ms Baseresere attended Nasinu Gospel Primary School and attended Jai Narayan College.

 

She joined Fulton University in 2017, but then returned to Suva to attend USP for one semester.

It did not take long before she returned to Fulton College in 2019.

“Fulton was the right choice and it was what I needed, so I am here to complete what programme I started back here,” said the youngest of three sisters.

Her mother could not hold back her happiness as she witnessed her daughter graduate yesterday.

 

Feedback: waisean@fijisun.com.fj



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