Fijian installed as Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia

First local Fijian Reverend Fereimi Cama ordained as the Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Suva on Sunday, March 10, 2019. Picture: RAMA

THE Rev Fereimi Cama is the first local to be ordained and installed as the seventh Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia.

He said he was grateful to the church for their faith and trust in him for being chosen as the Archbishop of the Diocese of Polynesia.

“I told them in the electoral college that I will not introduce anything new for this first year,” Archbishop Cama said.

“We will just try to look at what had been carried out last year and like I said in the electoral college, we should just try and pressure cook it to make it more tender.”

Archbishop Cama was born on March 2, 1955 in the village of Nukuni on Ovalau.

He was a teacher for about 20 years and was married to the late Mereadani Cama and has four children.

Archbishop Cama is also recognised as the Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

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