Former employee of Air Terminal Services says we should never lose hope

Former employee of Air Terminal Services says we should never lose hope

By Iva Danford
Sunday 04/04/2021
Torika Duwai (left) in grey T- shirt

A former employee of Air Terminal Services, Torika Duwai is calling on all families who are facing difficulties because of job loses to never lose hope and start a new breath of life as we remember Jesus giving us a second chance today.

Duwai who lives in Namaka was let go from work last year when COVID-19 hit out shores.

Duwai says she never lost hope even if it meant celebrating important events like Resurrection Sunday on a smaller scale this year.

167268589-483060883067734-3485121042379522137-n[Children who Duwai financially supports from her Baleinalaba side of the family]

Duwai says it does not take away the meaning of why we have special occasions.

The mother of two has also urged people to keep up the spirits of why we celebrate Easter and Resurrection Sunday.

She says even though she is able to financially support 10 children from her extended family by selling food, she knows some of her former work colleagues had to move to their villages.

Duwai says some others are also selling food and this is a sign of hope.

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