The Ratu Sukuna Day celebration will be held over a 6 day period from Wednesday to Monday 29th May 2023, with the theme visionary leadership, based on Ratu Sukuna's legacy.
The celebration will commence immediately after the opening of the Great Council of Chiefs meeting held on Bau Island.
Minister for iTaukei Affairs, Ifereimi Vasu says two celebrations will be held on Wednesday, with one held at the Fiji Museum and another held at Ratu Sukuna Memorial School.
Vasu says three public lectures will be held during the celebration and all the Ratu Sukuna displays will be at the museum with no entry fee.
He says there will be 3 public lectures of Ratu Sukuna, one is held at 5pm Wednesday by Professor Steven Ratuva at USP while one is to be delivered by Ambassador Emitai Boladuadua at FNU at 5pm Thursday.
He adds that at 5pm Thursday, the University of Fiji will organise a symposium at its Samabula campus with a keynote address delivered by former Permanent Secretary, Jioji Kotobalavu.
Ifereimi Vasu says on Friday, there will be a Ratu Sukuna leadership conference at the Harbour Point Convention Centre.
He says there will be traditional iTaukei games that will be held at the Ratu Sukuna Memorial School Ground.
Vasu says the Fiji National Rugby League Sukuna around will be held on Saturday at Bidesi Park, with teams competing for the Sukuna Shield.
He further says a church service will be held on Sunday at the Vodafone Arena at 4pm with members of the public invited to attend.
The main celebration will be held on Monday the 29th with a march to be held from the Suva Flea Market to Albert Park with the President delivering his speech followed by entertainment and an evening reception at the State House that will conclude the celebration.
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