FORMER diplomat and businessman Sir James Ah Koy and his three-member team continued with his magnificent obsession yesterday in the distribution of free New Fijian Translation Bible (NFTB).
Yesterday, his team gave out some 2500 NFTB Bibles to students at the Fiji National University (FNU) campus in Nasinu.
Today, his team will be at the FNU campus in Samabula, Suva before visiting the Fiji School of Medicine and Fiji School of Nursing on the next two days.
He said next Tuesday, they would be at the University of Fiji in Lautoka to distribute free NFTB Bibles to students there.
"I am targeting the universities in Fiji because I believe the future leaders of Fiji will come out from here, and they will read the Bible, learn the Word and become leaders of integrity," Sir James said.
His team is currently distributing 31,000 copies of the pocket-size NFTB Bibles — printed in Japan and bound in Indonesia — by the end of which would have seen the circulation of 52,000 copies so far from when the first 5000 copies were printed and circulated in November 2010.