Smiles of success for Foundation students

By Deidre Fanene ,

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Papaofo Fuimaono, Taala Debra Fuimaono, Puafuamatala Fuimaono, Fuimaono Dr. Aleki Fuimaono, Fatimataaleniuoaana Avapalu, Lualua Lia Avapalu and Ete Avapalu

Papaofo Fuimaono, Taala Debra Fuimaono, Puafuamatala Fuimaono, Fuimaono Dr. Aleki Fuimaono, Fatimataaleniuoaana Avapalu, Lualua Lia Avapalu and Ete Avapalu

Foundation students at the National University of Samoa (N.U.S) celebrated the end of another step in their academic lives earlier this week.

More than 500 graduates received certificates in front of parents, families and friends who came to witness the special celebration.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Public Enterprises, Elita To’oala, congratulated the graduates as the guest speaker.

She shared with the graduates three important lessons of leadership. These are: Listen, Inspire and Work.

An aspiring civil engineer, Lute Tamali’i Mundia, was declared the Dux.

Lute is the second to the youngest child of Niu and Lawrence Mundia. She hails from the villages of A’opo, Vaitele-fou and Zambia.

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