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Miss World event

Tomasi Boginiso, Nepani, Nasinu
Friday, November 03, 2017

WITH the nature of her hair and her big bula smile, Miss Rainima has been outstanding in the pageant.

With group photos she will be easily picked out and her fashion is just stunning and hopefully she will put Fiji on the world map.

With the great family support from the vanua of Nakelo and the people of Fiji, don't be surprised what happens at the end.

She has been there and done that, taking all titles for the Fiji pageant and most importantly being a missionary of God tops it all.

She will be a great mentor to most young girls.

My advice to all iTaukei girls is to remain a Fijian, keep your beautiful iTaukei hair, never change. You all look good in your natural hair.

And the people of Nakelo, let's pray for Miss Rainima and wish her all the best. Nakelo ga sa rawata.








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