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Better Things Ahead: FirstFirst

Better Things Ahead: FirstFirst
Customer Aviuta Naikatalau from Tailevu with CourtS director marketing Anil Senewiratne at Courts Rodwell Road in Suva. Photo: Arishma Devi-Narayan
September 10
08:24 2014

FijiFirst supporters came in their hundreds to support the party’s manifesto at Nukuloa College in Ba, on Monday night.

Sixty-year-old Mohammed Isaaq said that he had been a strong supporter of FijiFirst because he believed in their policies.

“I believe in their policies, their manifesto is the best compared to the other parties, it will be sustainable for the country to move forward,” he said.

Also present at the campaign, 57 year old Pradeep Kumar travelled from Balevuto to the venue just to hear the manifesto.

“So far I am happy with the education system for the children and the water system proposed in their manifesto.

“Many parties have made false promises and I have seen them come and go with no progress in developments,” he said.

Meanwhile, the party’s general secretary, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum explained the electoral system and how it would fare against other party promises.

“The electoral system suited the needs of every party and that it is an equal and fair system.

“If FijiFirst comes into power expect bigger and better things to come, in particular the free water scheme which will benefit every one of you,” he said.

More than 300 people attended the campaign at Nukuloa College in Ba.

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