Headhunted and hand-picked by Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara to take over the reins of Ratu Kadavulevu School (RKS) in 1984, Amraiya Naidu couldn’t afford to fail Fiji’s first Prime Minister and his ultimate boss; the ailing college that was formerly a bastion of iTaukei scholastic pride; and himself.

At stake for him was the towering reputation he had built as Labasa College’s long-serving, “tenacious and uncompromising principal” who was revered Fiji-wide for cultivating the highest standards of academic achievement.

Naidu was the answer to Mara’s prayers for RKS. The government boarding school established for iTaukei boys had (according to a 1983 report given to Mara) seemingly lost its way in fulfilling its founding purpose.

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A principled career: Amraiya Naidu
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