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Tots show a success

Torika Chandra
Thursday, August 21, 2014

RIGIETA Puleiwai did not know when she came to enjoy the Johnson & Johnson Baby Show at the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival that she will walk away with the lucky prize.

Her daughter, two-month-old Bulou Manatukilagi Naituvau, did not qualify to take part in the show because she was too young, however, this did not stop Ms Puleiwai as she braved the cool morning to bring her daughter to the show.

"We came really to watch because this is our first baby show," she said.

"When we came in, they put our name into the draw for the lucky prize and we didn't think much of it because there were so many babies."

Little Bulou won herself Johnson & Johnson products and toys which included a tricycle.

"Today is our lucky day. We are surprised to win but we're happy and blessed," she said.

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