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School eticketing

Joseph Nand, Kavanagasau, Sigatoka
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

I would like to show my sincere appreciation to the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts for timely intervention and commitment in sorting out all related issues regarding eticketing in the Western Division for the past five days.

I cannot hold but have to reach out my hand and loudly applaud the senior officers of the Ministry of Education and other admin officials for tirelessly toiling during weekends late into the night ensuring all issues relating to the eticketing are sorted out to the satisfaction of the students, schools and parents.

I am encouraged and delighted that all teething issues that have been brought to attention have been solved by the sincere and committed set of hardworking officials at the Ministry of Education headquarters ably liaising with the hardworking education officers of the Western Division under the stewardship of the exemplary leadership of our Attorney-General and Acting Minister for Education Mr Sayed-Khaiyum.

Finally they have served where it mattered most — our beloved students. And it is also noted that this exercise is ongoing until all issues are solved, which is very encouraging.

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