The Fiji TimesBobo eyes FNU research for son

Former Fiji 7s speedster and Flying Fijians winger, Sireli Bobo and his spouse Taina paused their common Saturday actions on the town to go to the Fiji Nationwide College’s (FNU) roadshow sales space in Navua over the weekend.

The couple enquired about their son, Epeli Bobo’s, curiosity in pursuing a Civil Engineering programme at FNU.

Bobo, a famend rugby participant, having featured within the 7s and 15s codes, has gained a 7s World Cup in Hong Kong in opposition to New Zealand in 2005, which was captained by Waisale Serevi.

Initially from Ra, Bobo additionally performed for the Fiji 15s within the 2007 World Cup quarterfinal match in opposition to South Africa, the place he additionally scored an necessary attempt for the Ilivasi Tabua-coached facet within the 37-20 loss.

“My son is unquestionably going to come back to Fiji Nationwide College to pursue his tertiary research, and we wished to know concerning the programme choices, so we have been lucky to satisfy the staff on the roadshow,” Bobo excitedly mentioned.

“My son is away with the nationwide soccer staff at a camp, and he couldn’t make it in order his dad and mom we’re right here to investigate concerning the programmes.”

“He’s very focused on sports activities, but additionally needs to pursue a profession within the civil engineering discipline.”

Bobo’s spouse, Taina, acknowledged the FNU staff for organising the roadshow for the folks of Navua so they don’t have to journey to Suva.

“FNU is aiding younger folks in reaching higher heights, and we’re so proud and completely satisfied that the College is coming to our cities to tell folks concerning the many choices college students can select from on the College,” he mentioned.

“We’ve got enquired with the FNU staff concerning the necessities, and as quickly as Epeli is launched from the camp, he’ll come and apply with FNU to kickstart a profitable future.”

The FNU Roadshow groups will likely be at Store N Save in Navua and on the Nausori Bus Stand at the moment till Friday (31 January – 3 February, 2023) from 9am to 3pm. The staff will help college students with their functions, entry necessities and educational help.

For ease in admission and registration, FNU additionally has devoted enrolment centres to serve new and persevering with college students on the Koronivia, Nasinu, Derrick, Ba, Natabua, Namaka and Labasa campuses. College students can go to these campuses to finish their utility course of.

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