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Wainiqolo out to gain business expertise


Aug 06, 2022 01:53:06 PM

32-year-old Malakai Wainiqolo who is part of the Pacific Labour Scheme is aiming to return with farming and business expertise from Australia after 9 months.
Wainiqolo, who is the older brother of Fiji 7s gold medalist and Flying Fijians winger Jiuta Wainiqolo says the upcoming nine months are important for him to gain agriculture and business knowledge.
"I am going there to learn something new in regards to agriculture and doing my own business in Fiji."
"I come from a business background and I have a big farm land so I haven’t been able to cultivate it but through this scheme, I want to learn about the proper ways of farming root crops, vegetables, livestock and prawns. That itself will be my main source of business in Fiji."
"Nine months is crucial for me because I will work there and at the same time get the exposure and experience more about farm life and how I could re-invest my time in doing something I love."
"So it’s more about trying to make use of the resource I have and it will be tough but nothing is easy in our life and I’m ready to learn as much as I can in Australia."
The Namara native from Vuda who currently resides in Navua with his family said his father who passed away three months ago motivated him to be part of the scheme.
"It will be tough to leave my family behind but I’m doing this for them. Whatever I will earn there will go towards the financial support of my family."
"The biggest challenge is leaving my mum behind because my dad passed away three months ago and mum is bit sickly. My siblings attend school so she will need someone to look after her but my cousin sister will fill in my boots for the next nine months."
"This scheme was there for years and I was never aware of this and during the pandemic earlier this year my dad got to know about this and he told me that I should and so I did. So since his not with us anymore, I guess I’m trying to fulfil his wish by going abroad and learning about farming and bringing that knowledge and ideas with me and establishing my business."
The former Vashist Muni College student said he is thankful to the National Employment Centre and the Government for his selection.
"I think very few people get selected for this labour scheme and I’m very happy about this. I acknowledge the Government and our trainers for helping us out in the training."
"Our trainers told us that things won’t be easy and that we should not take these nine months lightly because we are going there for a purpose and that is to work and learn," he added.
By Romeka Romena

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