‘It would only hap­pen if chil­dren are led to the right path and their el­ders are liv­ing by ex­am­ple.’

Fiji Sun - - Suncity - ARIETA VAKASUKAWAQA Edited by Maraia Vula arieta.vakasukawaqa@fi­jisun.com.fj

Par­ents need to in­still good val­ues in their chil­dren if they want them to be­come good lead­ers in the fu­ture, says Ta­mavua Cir­cuit Min­is­ter Rev­erend Mos­ese Seruiratu. He re­layed this mes­sage to the Ratu Ka­davulevu Old Boys As­so­ci­a­tion while de­liv­er­ing the ser­mon at their church ser­vice at the Ta­mavua Vil­lage church yes­ter­day.

“A per­son’s be­hav­iour re­flects their up­bring­ing; when you try to know some­one; the first thing we will look at is the fam­ily and where the per­son at­tended school. “RKS is an in­sti­tu­tion known for nur­tur­ing great lead­ers of this na­tion; but that has started to de­te­ri­o­rate as we move with time and it is our duty as for­mer stu­dents of the school to lift the stan­dard of our school to an­other level.

“Let’s nur­ture our cur­rent stu­dents of RKS to be­come good fu­ture lead­ers; let’s work to­gether, both for­mer stu­dents and par­ents to in­still moral val­ues in our chil­dren,” he said.

Photo: Arieta Vakasukawaqa

Ratu Ka­davulevu Old Boys dur­ing their church ser­vice at the Ta­mavua Vil­lage Methodist Church yes­ter­day.

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