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Community partnership shines as CFL personalities clean up Gratham Road in Suva

Community partnership shines as CFL personalities clean up Gratham Road in Suva

By Semi Turaga
Thursday 10/10/2019

Strong community partnership was on display along Gratham Road in Suva and parts of Lautoka today as people joined their favourite radio personalities from FM96, Legend FM, Viti FM, Navtarang and Radio Sargam to help clean neighbourhoods.

This is part of the 'Sasa Your Yasa’ promotion with Maggi and Nambawan 1 Toilet Tissue by Communications Fiji Limited’s five radio stations.

Legend FM Content Director, Alex Elbourne says this was a special experience for the radio personalities as they gave back to their listeners. 

Legend FM Content Director, Alex Elbourne says this was a special experience for the radio personalities as they gave back to their listeners and the community.

People are also continuing to show up to help their favourite radio personalities from FM96, Legend FM, Viti FM, Navtarang and Radio Sargam clean selected neighbourhoods in Lautoka.

The clean up is underway from Vomo Street to Sukunaivalu Road and Saint Thomas Primary School in Lautoka.

People also showed up to help their favourite radio personalities clean up from Vomo Street to Sukunaivalu Road in Lautoka.

FM96 Content Director, Tony Rahiman says they were even joined by Lautoka City Council workers.

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