Are you talking to each other? Here’s the show that talks to young people and their parents about being young and Tongan in NZ. A chance for the generations to dialogue, hear what’s happening to and for youth in the community and hear Tongan music, traditional and modern. An outreach of the Tongan Youth Trust.
This father of five girls is the founder of the Tongan Youth Trust and a keen fisherman with a taste for ota ika. Studying sociology and theology at Auckland University inspired Iki to explore radical ways of community outreach. He worked on 531 PI and brings to Le’o o Peau his concern for families and understanding of the stumbling blocks to the success of their children.
Sam is connected to his community. It’s his work and passion to provide pastoral care and build relationships. His segment Le’o oe Fuiva is a wake-up call to get involved with youth, their education and navigation of society. Strumming up a tune with kava and traditional food is Samuela’s favourite recreation and often results in dancing.