It's about time! Good to see that the Tuatua clan of Naseakula has built a nice footpath which is excellent for the muddy weather that babasiga people experience during the summer months. This end of Naseakula is where I lived as a child after leaving our bure in Qoitoga when I was about eight. Before that we lived at a place where the Anglican manse is now. My father somehow donated the land to the Anglican teachers of St Mary's but who knows what the title says these days. Naseakula those days had little creeks and was good for catching fish and crabs.