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Wives learn of roles in the family and to show concern

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, April 11, 2014

KEEPING a tab on your husband's whereabouts daily doesn't mean you are jealous of him.

Instead, it can mean you are concerned about him.

These were the words of Northern Divisional crime officer Acting ASP Salaseini Vakatuturagani to the women of the Nasea Methodist Church in Labasa yesterday.

Ms Vakatuturagani told the women many people misinterpreted such a concept.

"People might think that you are jealous of your husbands if you constantly enquire about their whereabouts, but they don't realise you are doing your job as wives," she said.

"There's nothing bad about looking out for your spouses because this shows how you are concerned about them," she said.

The Ministry of Health also had a medical session with the women.


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