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Luke Rawalai
Thursday, November 15, 2012

EARLY childhood learning is the foundation of all education.

And the security of children at this stage of their education ensures that they have a brighter future.

Speaking at the Nasasa Bethel Kindergarten School graduation in Wainikoro on Monday, Christian Revival Crusade Fiji chairman pastor Alipate Yagomate encouraged parents at the school to support and further the graduates' education.

Mr Yagomate said iTaukei children were neglected when it came to their education.

"The attendance of all parents during this graduation is evident of the support they have for the education of their children and this is good since this is the platform for the academic quest that your children will begin to take after kindergarten," he said.

"This graduation is the beginning of other more important graduations to take place in the lives of these children.

"The Nasasa Bethel Kindergarten School was supposed to close down since the teacher then had to go to Australia.

"However my wife and I decided that the needs of these young children were more important so we had decided to come down personally and serve at the kindergarten," he said.

Nasasa Kindergarten is among seven kindergartens that are run by the Christian Revival Crusade of Fiji.





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