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Most of the villagers do not attend church on Sundays - Katonitabua

Most of the villagers do not attend church on Sundays - Katonitabua

By Iva Danford
Tuesday 28/02/2017
Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs Naipote Katonitabua.

Most of the villagers sleep on Sundays and do not attend church.

This was highlighted by the Permanent Secretary for iTaukei Affairs Naipote Katonitabua after they received many reports during the village by-law consultations of villagers not attending church.

Katonitabua says many villages want all the villagers to respect the church services on Sundays.

They also want the villagers to attend the church services on Sundays.

He also says that there have been no negative reports received during the village by-law consultations.

Katonitabua says the villagers are now well involved on village activities and particularly looking at the welfare and the well-being of the village.

He says there is a great amount of support from the elders of the village in terms of safeguarding tradition and culture.

Meanwhile, the Village By-Law consultations will commence in Kadavu on the 8th of next month.

Village By-Law schedules:

21/03/17 Tuesday 9am – 5pm    Tubou village, Lakeba Lau

28/03/17 Tuesday 9am – 5pm    Serua Provincial Council

30/03/17 Thursday 9am – 5pm   Namosi Provincial Council

03/04/17 Monday 9am – 5pm     Nadi

05/04/17 Wednesday 9am – 5pm  Lautoka

07/04/17 Friday 9am – 5pm     Ba Provincial Council

11/04/17 Tuesday 9am – 5pm    Ra Provincial Council

18/04/17 Tuesday 9am – 5pm    Naitasiri Provincial Council

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