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136 Corrections recruits graduate

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Friday, April 04, 2014

Update: 3:20PM TODAY 136 Fiji Corrections Service recruits took part in a passing out parade, marking the end of their training.

The Naboro Corrections Facility was a hype of activity as families and loved ones gathered in numbers to be part of the auspicious occasion.

Corrections Commissioner Lieutenant Colonel Ifereimi Vasu said the pass-out parade marks the end of a very strenuous 12-week training program.

"It signifies the end of a program where recruits were put through worst case scenarios to test and build up their resilience and perseverance," Lt Colonel Vasu said.

The recruits will be posted to various Corrections facilities around the country.








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