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Survey revelation

Repeka Nasiko
Saturday, January 04, 2014

CHRISTIAN youths have been found to lose interest in attending church towards the end of the year, a religious group in Nadi has found.

International Full Gospel Church of Nadi conducted a survey and discovered that youth numbers would wane towards the final quarter of the year.

"Through the survey we found that many youths would show great interest in church activities at the beginning of each year," said Keverieli Naitini, a youth leader at the church.

"We would have about 50 or more young people heavily involved in our activities and that number would remain steady towards the middle of the year.

"But as we reach the fourth quarter, we noticed the number would start to decrease."








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