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Samoana students visiting from American Samoa

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Samoana High School choir from American Samoa is in the country for one week to entertain.

They arrived last Saturday and an invitation by C.C.C.S. Fusi Saoluafata yesterday in their morning sermon and they performed some of their spiritual numbers.

Rev. Limua’a Samuelu of Fusi Saoluafata said that this is the first time Samoana High School has been at their church and it was a great opportunity for them to have them around.

“The important thing to myself is sharing the good news of Jesus Christ between our youth and the students of Samoan High School through singing spiritual songs and performing different items.

“Spreading the good news was what really matters to me.”

“This is not the first time that our church hosts a school from American Samoa,” he said.

“We had several others like Leone in years back and I am very happy with it because our youth and the congregation as will benefits from it”

“This will also help them as we can see nowadays how fast life is through new technology but having them together under the roof of the almighty God will help them in their journey through life.”

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Leader of the Samoana Choir, Mr Pati Pati was embraced Rev. Samuelu’s comments.

“Yes, I totally believe of sharing the good news through singing,” he said.

“Some of the student’s families were not used to going to church but lifting them up through singing in the choir brightens their path and leads them in the right direction.”

“Visiting different schools will let them see how good schools are in Samoa with discipline and their students because it is totally different with schools in American Samoa.”

He thanked their school principal; Mataese Samuelu, parents and all the students for putting the trip together and for the support of everyone in Samoa.

“Fa’afetai tele lava.”

A seventeen year old girl from Samoana High School, Naomi Matagi, said that she was very excited.

“I can’t wait to perform and share the talents that we all been blessed with - we are not only showing it but sharing it too.”

“It better for cultural diversity that we all work together to promote our culture and build a strong bond because we are all Samoans.”

Samoa High School Programme 17th -21st March 2014 Monday – 8.30am – Pesega College 10.30am – Leififi College 12.30pm – Seventh Day Adventist School Lalovaea Tuesday – 8.30am - Samoa College 10.30am - St Marys Primary 2.00pm – Prime Minister’s Office Wednesday – Wesley College NUS (not yet confirmed) Thursday - Singing the National Anthem in front of the Government Building (awaits approval from Ministry of Police) 11.00am – Head of State

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