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Good Friday wedding

Matilda Simmons
Wednesday, April 19, 2017

FIVE couples celebrated their special day on Good Friday as they all tied the knot in front of friends, families and church members.

The couples — Esala and Litimai Tabaloa, Miliano and Salanieta Yavala, Sakiusa and Setaita Kamikamica, Sesario and Seini Kenadina, and Penaia and Unaisi Dokaimai — were emotional as they each said "I do" in the presence of Reverend Kaminieli Rokotavaga who presided over the weddings.

The five couples said they chose Good Friday for their wedding because it marked the death of Jesus on the cross for Christians, thus signifying their commitment to leave the past and start a new journey in their married life.

More than 200 guests witnessed the event at Waikete Assemblies of God Church in Nakelo, Tailevu.








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