Senior Superintendent of Police Aporosa Lutunauga has dedicated his 50th commemorative medal to his wife, Annie Lutunauga for being supportive in his 25 years of service with the Fiji Police Force.
Lutunauga was part of the 109 current and former police officers who received their commemorative medals from the President Jioji Konrote.
He says from his 25 years of services he learned a lot such as discipline, service delivery and to value life because their work deals with protecting lives and they are equipped and instilled through discipline for them to conquer all obstacles in life.
Lutunauga joined the Fiji Police Force in 1994 where he was posted to Labasa, transferred to Fiji Police Force Headquarters in Suva in 2003, then he joined the Academy as an instructor.
He was transferred back to the Headquarters until this year.
President Konrote says the medal ceremony is a milestone achievement for the Police Force where people are being commended for their good works over the years.
Konrote urges the present generation of officers to honour, to hold and if they can, improve the reputation and legacy of the Fiji Police Force.
He also thanked the Fiji Police Force for their tremendous performance during the celebration of Fiji's 50th Independence Anniversary at Albert Park.
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