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All Saints cadets graduate

By LUKE RAWALAI
Thursday, April 17, 2014

Update: 4:17PM A TOTAL of 236 officially passed out at the All Saints Secondary School cadet passing out parade in Labasa today.

While officiating at the parade, Land Force Commander Colonel Jone Kalouniwai reminded students that the nation needed them at this time.

You make your own future and thats what young people like you are doing every day all across the country, he said.

The best/outstanding children arent any different from any of you and they faced challenges in their lives just like you do, whereas in many cases, theyve got it a lot worse off than many of you.

They refused to give up and they chose to take responsibility for their lives and their education.

 

 

 








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