P.M. gives his best wishes

By Sarafina Sanerivi ,

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WHO WILL BE NEW MISS PACIFIC? By the end of tonight, a new Miss Pacific Islands will be crowned in Samoa to replace the reigning Miss Pacific Islands, Abigail Havora. The contestants are pictured with Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi and the M

WHO WILL BE NEW MISS PACIFIC? By the end of tonight, a new Miss Pacific Islands will be crowned in Samoa to replace the reigning Miss Pacific Islands, Abigail Havora. The contestants are pictured with Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi and the M (Photo: Sarafina Sanerivi)

Tonight is the night. 

After the long weeks of practice and preparations, the region will finally know who will be the new Miss Pacific Islands after the grand finale at Tuana’imato.

Ahead of their big night,the reigning Miss Pacific Islands 2015-2016 Abigail Havora and the eight contestants vying for crowned were treated to a special dinner on Wednesday night. 

Held at the Taumeasina Island Resort, the dinner was organized by the Chairman of the Pageant who is also the Minister of Tourism, Sala Fata Pinati. 

READY FOR PAGEANT NIGHT- Miss Pacific Islands, Abigail Havora with the eight contestants vying for the title tonight. From left to right- Miss Solomon Islands, Miss Samoa, Miss Papua New Guinea, Miss Cook Islands, Miss Tonga, Miss Fiji, Miss American Samo
READY FOR PAGEANT NIGHT- Miss Pacific Islands, Abigail Havora with the eight contestants vying for the title tonight. From left to right- Miss Solomon Islands, Miss Samoa, Miss Papua New Guinea, Miss Cook Islands, Miss Tonga, Miss Fiji, Miss American Samo
Entertaining the contestants and the special guests at the Taumeasina Island Resort.
Entertaining the contestants and the special guests at the Taumeasina Island Resort.
Wishing the contestants good luck- P.M Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi.
Wishing the contestants good luck- P.M Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi.

The special guests included the Prime Minister of Samoa, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, Cabinet Ministers, Members of the business community and officials from across the Pacific.

It was an opportunity for the Prime Minister to officially welcome the contestants to beautiful Samoa and to wish them all the best for the pageant tonight. 

Tuilaepa reminded the girls that being an Ambassador of a country comes with a lot of roles and responsibilities. Therefore, he encouraged the contestants to enjoy the opportunity to promote their countries to the world. 

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