Seafarers ready for work overseas

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OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.

OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.

The Acting Prime Minister, Papali’i Niko Lee Hang, has given the country’s blessings to sixty-nine local seafarers who are bound for work overseas.

Papali’i wished them all the best during a ceremony held at the T.A.T.T.E. Building on Monday. The formalities commenced with a prayer service conducted by Rev. Fa’afetai Fata of the Apia Harvest Centre Church, during which he reminded them to put God first in all that they do.

The seafarers have secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo ships. Fifty-six will be working on the M.S.C. Cruises while the other 13 will be working on Cargo Ships.

OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.
OUT TO SEA: A total of 69 Seafarers secured jobs on M.S.C. Cruise and Cargo Ships and are bound to work overseas.

 

The 69 seafarers are: Ainini Vaipae, Popese Popese, Landy Faasavalu, Tony Tuneva, Lionel Filiga, Asoono Iosefa Levao, Tulimanu Fereti, Pogisa Junior Suitu Taalolo, Faiupu Aso Fiu, Faletoese Laloata, Falepau Niu, Derek Lefau, Faavae Tuitasi, Eric Osa Isaia, Faavevela Suafai, Kirifi Fiu Sefau, Ierome Sia, James Schuster, Levesi Colins Forbes, Simone Ioane, Michael Ekueni, Sao Lio Sao, Paulo Pisa Paulo, Semurana Nouata, Pene Ueta, , Iakopo Leu Ah Sam, Lepua Tapulaaia, Ulufale Samoa, Mauola Iasepi, Samu Iasepi, Hemana J. Raymond, Michael Maestro Lemauai, Iosefa Meki, Lotu Sililo Mafutaga, Charles Iose Mafua, Pene Ropati, Isaako Mapu, Daniel Vaefaga, Junior Faresa Aumua, Tresil Fepuleai, Kaisara Vaueli, Lawrence Ropati Magele, Laauli Pulu, Hernandez C. Tofilau, Faatoialemanu Elia, Ota Joseph Gorlina, Sefulu Pupumai Meki, Logan Ah Kee Lalomalava, Mau Leone Ioane, Jocob Sione, Maersk Faalogo, Pesamino Une, Konifesi Isaia, Fili Kovati, George Afakasi Malie,Lauina Kalolo, Praise Sootaga Ofisa Mauga, Paulino Sefoloi, Benny Maulupe, Filipo Tavita Toloa, Ieremia Masivao, To’o Aleki Too,Asuina Elisara, Fereti Matagi Tomasi, Junior Kolio,Tala Kelemete, Vaifale Malie, Viliamu Viliamu Asaga, Faiese Malaefono,and Tavita Faailoga Sataua.

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