Thousands of people around the world are worried about the safety of a rugby player. In the wake of the devastating tsunami that hit Tonga on January 14, the father of international rugby player, Malakai Fekitoa, has been trying to contact his family for the past 12 days. He has managed to make contact with his mother and six brothers, but he has not been able to make any contact with his other siblings. The country’s population of 100,000 is still suffering the effects of the volcanic ashfall.
Despite his concerns, Fekitoa’s supporters are a huge source of support. The rugby player’s family have been reunited after being separated for a while. During his time in the UK, he has posted a message of thanks to his supporters and friends. He has also received support from his current British rugby club, ‘The Wasps’, who have sent a large amount of aid.
Malakai Fekitoa’s father, a former All Black, is a New Zealand international who plays for the Wasps. He played for the Highlanders in the Super Rugby league and for Auckland in the ITM Cup. He has also played for the All Blacks and for the national team. He recently posted an emotional video expressing his gratitude to fans. The support he received was amazing, and the response he received from his teammates has been equally heartwarming.
While the entire rugby community in the UK is concerned about the safety of the former All Black, Malakai has rallied together to help his family. A fundraiser page has been set up in his name to help send containers of essential products to his sisters and parents. He has also received support from the wider rugby community. As the fundraising campaign grows, he is hoping to raise as much money as possible to help his family get through the difficult times.
Although the All Blacks have not been able to contact his family, they have been able to make contact with his sisters. They have a fundraising page for the rugby player and are raising over PS40,000 to send the island’s families. He has also been helped by the wider rugby community in the UK by establishing a GoFundMe site. The first planes to land in the country are expected on Thursday.
Tonga’s rugby star Malakai Fekitoa and his family have been devastated by the devastating disaster in Tongan. Tonga is the largest export of Tongan rugby players. With nine or 10 Tongan boys on the All Blacks team and half of the Japanese team, the All Blacks have taken over their region. He hopes the new rules will help Tonga’s rugby players become a major source of talent.