The tweeting teacher

Fijian teacher and storyteller Joji Raqio has provided some powerful insights into teaching in rural Fiji during the pandemic. His Twitter feed has entertained and educated people across the nation. Here he tells his story.

My name is Joji Seseu Raqio and my family is originally from Nasaqalau, Lakeba in Lau. Interestingly I am a part of the second generation of my family that was born and brought up in the village of Rakiraki here in the Ra province where my paternal grandmother is from.

My paternal grandmother Joji Seseu (I am named after him) left Nasaqalau as a young man and eventually ended up at Rakiraki where he met, married and settled . . .

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