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Waqanivavalagi laid to rest

By DAWN GIBSON
Saturday, July 05, 2014

Update: 4:39PM IT WAS a sad morning for many families, friends and colleagues of the late Sakiasi Waqanivavalagi, who was this morning laid to rest after making his final journey through the Centenary Methodist Church.

Waqanavavalagi, a former minister, passed away at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital last week and is survived by his wife Loata Waqanivavalagi, his siblings, children and grandchildren.

Dignitaries present at his funeral service this morning included First Lady Adi Koila Nailatikau, former Police Commissioner Ioane Naivalurua, former Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, Prime Minister Real Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama and Berenado Vunibobo who all came to pay their respects.








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