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Korovulavula takes Miss Charity crown

Litia Cava
Sunday, August 20, 2017

VODAFONE Hibiscus contestant Miss Fulton Hogan Hiways Karalaini Korovulavula was on cloud nine yet again after she was crowned the 2017 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Charity Queen at the Vodafone Arena in Suva yesterday.

The 24-year-old raised $44,114.85 for the charity chest. A total of $174,087,10 was raised by the 16 Queen contestants for this year's Hibiscus Festival Charity Chest.

In an interview after her crowning yesterday, the Naikorokoro, Kadavu lass acknowledged her sponsor and her employer for assisting her with raising the highest amount for the charity fund during the festival.

"I did not expect this and I would like to acknowledge my sponsor, my family and supporters," Ms Korovulavula said.

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