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Reverend tells students to concentrate

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, April 14, 2014

ITAUKEI students of the Labasa USP Campus have been urged to concentrate on their studies.

While addressing the students during a church service at the campus last week, Nasea Methodist Church circuit Reverend Sitiveni Kuanaivalu said it was imperative for the students to set their goals and work towards them.

Speaking in the iTaukei language, Mr Kuanaivalu said many students nowadays deviated from their goals because they didn't take their studies seriously. He said some students only attended classes to wander around and show people they were USP students.

Setting your goals straight, Mr Kuanaivalu said, meant working and studying hard and putting God first above everything else.

He said if students put God first in their lives, everything would fall into place because He is the source of everything. Mr Kuanaivalu said students should always ask the Lord for his guidance and wisdom because this could only lead them to the right path.

The church service was accorded to the new students who have just joined the campus this year.

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