10th December 04:52 PM
RSMS students told to use the discipline during their cadet program to be more patriotic
By Iva Danford
Wednesday 08/08/2018
Ratu Sukuna Memorial School RSMS Cadet Passout at Albert Park

More than 700 students of Ratu Sukuna Memorial School were urged to use the discipline during their cadet program to become a lot more patriotic for our country.

While speaking at the RSMS Cadet Passout at Albert Park, Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says what we need in Fiji is a lot more patriotism.

 

While addressing the students, he says patriotism is not only about Fiji winning the World Cup 7s or a tournament but is also about how we interact with each other and how we carry ourselves in our day to day living.


RSMS Head Boy Samu Togamalo being awarded the Baton of Honor

Meanwhile, RSMS Head Boy Samu Togamalo says that he has learnt a lot during the training and how to get himself and students in line with the training that they have undergone.

19-year-old Togamalo who was also awarded the Baton of Honor says that he wants to join the British Army.

He says that the current cadet program in schools is a good way to instil discipline in students.

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