Children deserve to treated with love and respect and these simple acts can help mold and build the character of our leaders of tomorrow.
Miss Bargain Box Fiji Ltd Faith Jedidiah says that this is her message as she vies for the Miss Sugar City Crown at this year’s Vodafone Sugar Festival.
The 25‑year‑old Chef says that the best way to combat any form of child abuse is to keep the child in school and have parents be involved in their learning process at home and at school.
The Queens first public judging was held last night while the Best Research Award was won by Miss Lautoka City Council, Payal Prasad.
The winning contestant of the Sugar City Festival who will be crowned this Saturday will also represent Lautoka in the Miss Fiji Pageant next month.
Meanwhile 5 contestants have already been confirmed for the Miss Fiji Pageant and they include, Miss Suva, Miss Nadi, Miss Nausori, Miss Nasinu and Miss Labasa.Listen to the latest news on our 5 radio stations Legend FM, Viti FM, Radio Sargam, FM96 and Navtarang.