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Rapper visits mother of 9

Ana Madigibuli
Monday, February 25, 2013

A FAMILY had a surprise visit from renowned Fiji-born rapper Sam Ratumaitavuki better known as Fortafy and Pacific Smiles founders Ratu Josua and Sheree Rarasea yesterday.

The rapper, who was accompanied by his girlfriend and the Pacific Smiles couple, gave school stationery and other basic necessities to the family in Davuilevu.

Mr Rarasea said the visit was to distribute school items to a mother who was looking after nine children.

"On behalf of Pacific Smiles, we are grateful to be able to sponsor these kids on their building levies at school and to be able to give them what they need such as stationery.

"We wanted to make sure that these children would attend the Davuilevu Methodist Primary School and they are there every year," he said.

"Pacific Smiles is committed to the kids of Fiji and also to the unfortunate, homeless, single parent families in the country."





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