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Villagers dig pits

LUISA QIOLEVU
Thursday, February 01, 2018

Update: 2:13PM VILLAGERS of Nasekula village in Labasa have dug up open pit to dump their rubbish.

This is after they received the village head man's advice on keeping their surroundings clean.

In an interview, Village headman Tevita Rokoqaso said the villagers have more than ten open pits throughout the village.

"The pit are placed at every corner of the village where three families get to share one open pit together," he said.

The village has more than 100 families.









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