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Faithful march in show of faith

Shayal Devi
Monday, April 21, 2014

SHOWING their faith in the power of Jesus Christ and celebrating Resurrection Sunday were the reasons many Christians took to the streets of Lautoka yesterday.

The march yesterday afternoon was organised for members of about 20 churches in the Lautoka and Namoli divisions.

Reverend Timoci Waqalevu said believers gathered to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

"We here are present from the two divisions of the Methodist Church — Lautoka and Namoli. We celebrate his rising again and I am happy to see more than 100 people waited eagerly to take part in this event."

Mr Waqalevu said celebrations went smoothly and yesterday's event was one of joy.








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