More than 500 members of RFMF attended reconciliation and restoration church service today

More than 500 members of RFMF attended reconciliation and restoration church service today

By Iliana Biutu
Sunday 21/04/2024
[Image: RFMF]

More than 500 members of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces and their family members were part of their family church service that was held at the FMF Gymnasium in Suva today.

This was part of their reconciliation and restoration within the force and also focused on them reconciling as well with their family members.

The reconciliation and restoration movement was officiated by the Commander of the Military Force, Ro Jone Kalouniwai on 3rd March this year, and it will end on the 2nd of November.

In a statement, the RFMF says they have their calling to serve the nation with dignity and no compromise to exist.

They say this is a new beginning in the force, looking back since 1987, until now it is about 37 years and now they are trying to work together and put all the differences behind them for prosperity purposes. Meanwhile, this was also the first RFMF family service.

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