TC Keni: MBHS boarders take shelter
10 April, 2018, 12:04 am
Update: 12:04PM NINETY-EIGHT boarders of the Marist Brothers High School’s (MBHS) Ratu Mara Hostel are currently taking shelter at the ground floor of their hostel.
MBHS Ratu Mara Hostel Assistant Head Warden, Manoa Naulumatua said keeping the boys safe is more important than sending them home.
He said all food stock and candles are available to ensure that the boarders are prepared for the impact of Tropical Cyclone (TC) Keni.
“If the cyclone worsens we want them to be together in one place,” he said.
He added the boarders are keeping all families in Fiji in their prayers.