Future leaders to work hard
8 August, 2018, 4:02 pm
STUDENTS of Natabua High School have been reminded of the importance of moving the extra miles when it comes to education.
The reminder was sounded by the Republic of Fiji Military Forces chief of staff Brigadier General Ro Jone Kalouniwai, who was the chief guest at the school’s annual military passing-out parade, two weeks ago.
Brig Kalouniwai said as the future leaders of Fiji, it was important to work hard and always see education as an important weapon of change.
“You are our future leaders, we need you to move the extra mile when it comes to education,” he said.
“The future of this nation depends on you, it is important to know today that no matter what you do with your life, you need an education.
“It is always important to listen to your parents and elders who have put in the hard yards and work the extra miles to help you to be where you are today.”
Meanwhile, the school’s headboy Rishav Prasad also received the Baton of Honour at the passing-out parade.
This was also the 66th cadet passing-out parade for the renowned Lautoka school.