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Villagers talk progress

Serafina Silaitoga
Monday, December 17, 2012

THE villagers of Naduri renew acquittances and bond when they meet this week.

The chiefly village of Caumatalevu in Macuata has set aside a day that will see Naduri villagers from around the world converge at the village.

Committee chairman Sakiusa Vosaicake said the Naduri Day would also highlight to villagers, development plans by the committee, village elders and the Tui Macuata Ratu Aisea Katonivere.

Mr Vosaicake said the development plans were aimed at improving the livelihoods of the people in the area.

He said the development plans included infrastructure for the village.

"We will be discussing a lot of things during Naduri Day and it's a way of updating and informing villagers of plans we have put down.

"The special day is also to bring together villagers of Naduri and all those who have links to the chiefly village to get to know each other and strengthen bonds," Mr Vosaicake said.





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