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Provincial administration office handles VKB registration

Friday, May 23, 2014

Update: 6:50PM THE Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriage Department in Labasa has raised awareness on the need to for the iTaukei landowners to register new born babies, marriage and deaths at the provincial administration office.

Speaking in Nabouwalu, Bua today, the departments representative Serafina Tamanisaqa said iTaukei landowners needed to take their birth, death and marriage certificates to their respective provincial administration office so they could be registered in the Vola ni Kawa Bula (Native Landowners register) commonly known as the VKB.

Most times people mistake our registration as the VKB registration and this is not so.

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