Policeman weds love of his life
After three years of courting, policeman Pusa Junior Pilitati has tied the knot with the love of his life Sinaoleatunauna Pilitati.
The couple exchanged their vows at the New Methodist Church in Vaitele Fou last Saturday.
The wedding reception was held at the St. Joseph College’s Hall with families and friends from the bride and groom’s families in attendance.
Mr. Pilitati told the Samoa Observer that he joined the Samoa Police Service in 2018 and he was happy to finally walk the aisle with his bride and God in the centre.
“Everything comes down to marriage and marriage is a source of blessings for any aspiring couple who wishes to build a happy family with God in the picture,” he said.
“Majority of the couples get married today and divorce tomorrow and that’s because they don’t lean on God who gives them good thoughts and happiness.
“We look forward to having a happy and blessed family in the future.”
Mrs. Pilitati is a daughter to Galutele Tuimaseve and Malama Tuimaseve from Pitonu’u-Tai Satupaitea, while Mr. Pilitati is a son of Pilitati Maiava and Onofa Maiava from Salani in Falealili.
Asked what their plans are for the future, Mr and Mrs. Pilitati said they want to build a family founded on God and have children.
“A family founded on God is a happy family and being able to realise that from families we know of inspired us to do the same,” Mrs. Pilitati said.
“We will live life to the fullest and create more happy and fun memories together.”
The new weds also acknowledged their Samoan culture which they said will be the root of their decisions and thinking.