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People should not forget about their mental health during this time – Aggie Vakaloloma

People should not forget about their mental health during this time – Aggie Vakaloloma

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Saturday 29/05/2021
Aggie Vakaloloma.

Local renowned singer and songwriter Aggie Vakaloloma says with the COVID-19 pandemic being felt heavily by many Fijians, people should not forget about their mental health.

She says people should reach out to families and friends as it will give them some relief that someone is thinking of them during this pandemic.

Vakaloloma says the LegendFM/VitiFM Live Mai Vale Virtual Concert with Digicel is the best way to spend family time at home because now in Fiji staying home is crucial in the fight against the pandemic.

Other performers on the LegendFM/VitiFM Live Mai Vale Virtual Concert are Ouvacast, Georgina Ledua, Kuki, William Driver, Hanisi Maloney, and Jim Ratusila, Kabu Ni Delai Kade, and Voqa Kei Valenisau.

You can watch the virtual concert live on the fijivillage, LegendFM, or VitiFM Facebook pages and on Digicel DMusic.

If you'd like to give a tip during the live session to Aggie Vakaloloma, you can do so via Digicel MyCash on 7360006

The virtual concert starts at 9 o'clock tonight.


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