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Former students of Malapoa College showed their appreciations through their contributions

Mrs. Obed – Deputy Principal of the College and Mr. David Tamata, the Master of Ceremony for the 50th Golden Jubilee received the contributions at the College Head Administration Office on behalf of the Jubilee Chairman. 

The Acting Director Department of Customs & Inland Revenue Mr. Collins Gesa led the DCIR team and officiated the handing over of their contributions towards the 50th Golden Jubilee celebrations to the Committee. Mrs Obed on behalf of the Jubilee Committee thank the former students who are currently employed under the Department.

50th years’ worth of meaningful reflections was just another landmarked history, milestone and full of enlightening and inspirational memories. The order of the colours were colourful and powerful as the former students joined the long lines of parade. It was a special invitation for all who paraded and visited Malapoa College again after so many years. The new Malapoa College is under construction phase and once completed will present a total face uplift and outlook for the College and the shining years ahead for our future generations.

Happy Golden Jubilee BSS/Malapoa College.

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