WALK On Walk Strong (WOWS) is the message sounded by the students of St Joseph's Secondary School in Suva yesterday.
And no matter what circumstances they faced in life, whether it be cancer, HIV and AIDS or any life threatening sickness, people need to have faith.
After a heart-wrenching performance by Pacific singing queen Vanessa Quai, the students were moved to tears when the story of late Tae Kami was relayed to them through her mother, Sina Kami as WOWS campaign against children with cancer continues throughout Fiji.
Ms Sina told the story of how her daughter battled cancer with her great faith that made them seek funding to set up the Tae Kami Foundation that would look after the welfare of the children not only here in Fiji but throughout the Pacific. Ms Quai told about 400 students the importance of having a strong foundation in life that would help them make the right decisions.
"With God, there will not be any problem, no sickness and no pains but because a lot of things are happening in our society, diseases and sickness have affected the lives of our children," Quai said.
"You will give birth to a new nation for Fiji and it is important that you live a life of purity, that our children are more accustomed to Christ-like life," she said.
She sang three of her songs that got students off their seats. The students also had the chance to meet Ms Quai's band which will perform at the WOWS concert at the Vodafone Arena tomorrow night.
Tickets are on sale for $5 adults and $3 for children.