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Band members up for for Sinai peacekeeping

More than 30 music students graduated yesterday from the Youth Training Centre in Valelevu, with 20 expected to form the core of the Territorial Force Band. Acting Commander of the Fiji Military Forces, Commodore Viliame Naupoto was chief guest and said: I am pleased to announce that we are willing to take in at least 20 […]

Calvin Prasad

September 9, 2015 9:48 am

More than 30 music students graduated yesterday from the Youth Training Centre in Valelevu, with 20 expected to form the core of the Territorial Force Band.

Acting Commander of the Fiji Military Forces, Commodore Viliame Naupoto was chief guest and said:

I am pleased to announce that we are willing to take in at least 20 of the graduating students today to march in for the upcoming recruit in a few weeks from now to form the core of what will be known as the Territorial force band.

If they make it through, they have an opportunity of joining the Regular force and they will definitely be offered an opportunity to participate in peacekeeping duties in Sinai.

Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou said:

We are really appreciative of the relationship that has been established between the RFMF and our Youth Training Centre in Valelevu.

It has guaranteed placement and employment for these graduates and also security for their future.

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