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North Shore Pasefika Festival

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North Shore Pasefika Festival

Attended the North Shore Pasifika Arts Festival on Saturday November 28, held at Hato Petera College, Northcote, North Shore City, Auckland the City of Sails.

Thoroughly enjoyed the Pasefika festival. Our Fijian brothers and sisters had a food stall and we spend some time with them and took photos of them.

The artists played different music but the magnificento opera singer from Wellington in the end got us hypnotized and brought tears to our eyes.

Engaged and touched base with the different affable Pasefika people and had great time with them.

Your President was interviewed by the following media regarding the freedom of Fiji:-

MAORI TV on Wednesday November 4 appearing on their evening and night news

RADIO NEW ZEALAND’s proactive Richard Pamatatau, Pacific Issues Correspondent on November 4

Merry Christmas, Safe Holidays and Happy New Year to you and your whanaus.

Alton Shameem JP
Founder, Leader, Chairman & President

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