Soronakadavu Dedicates Degree To Late Mother

Ratulevu Soronakavu believes education does not have a limit.
09 Oct 2022 14:07
Soronakadavu Dedicates Degree To Late Mother
University of the South Pacific graduate, Ratulevu Soronakadavu, with his sister, Racheal Bale. Photo: Josefa Babitu

Ratulevu Soronakadavu believes education does not have a limit.

The 41-year-old obtained his degree on Thursday after many years of being a professional dancer.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Law and Politics.

Originally from Tabuya Village in Kadavu, Mr Sokonakadavu has come a long way to discover what was next in life.

“No words can describe the feeling because only God knows the struggles I had to endure so that I can make it here today,” he said.

Mr Sokoronakadavu recently lost his mother who was his biggest motivator.

She died from cancer.

“I told her to hold on a little bit longer for her to see me graduate but God had other plans,” he said.

“This graduation is the first of the many that I will be in while at the university.

Mr Soronakadavu has already embarked on his Postgraduate studies that he aims to complete soon.

A private student throughout his three years of studies, Mr Soronakadavu said his achievement was also to his friends and family who have tremendously contributed to paying off his school fees.

“I owe a lot of things to my sister who has been there since day one. She supported my dreams and made sure that I achieved them,” he said.

“Above all it’s God because without his guidance, I would not have been here.”

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