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‘Stop Criticising’

‘Stop Criticising’
Malakai Kaiwalu clears the bar during the first time trials at the ANZ Stadium, Suva on January 20, 2018. Photo: Anasilini Ratuva
September 20
09:39 2014

National Federation Party (NFP) candidate Mohammad Rafiq, is calling on Fijians to stop criticising but to support the political party that will win the General Elections and work together to move Fiji forward.

Mr Rafiq also paid tribute to FijiFirst and its leader, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.

National Federation Party candidate Mohammad Rafiq. Photo: Seruwaia Waqasaqa

National Federation Party candidate Mohammad Rafiq. Photo: Seruwaia Waqasaqa

“Looking at the outcome of results, I have seen that FijiFirst is winning and I respect the outcome of results,” Mr Rafiq said.

He said the majority of votes had swayed towards FijiFirst because the Bainimarama-led Government had done a lot for people in terms of developments and infrastructure.

“From the results announced in the radio and television, we know who is going to form the new government.

“People need to put aside their differences and try and work together so that we can move forward for the betterment of our people.

“For the best interest of our nation, we should stop criticising and we need to support and work together with this Government so that our nation progresses.

“I thank the Fijian Elections Office for the good work they have done and also thank the Supervisor of Elections, Mohammad Saneem on getting the job done during this election.

“Now, we should focus on our country so that it develops and progresses. I thank Mr Bainimarama and other candidates of FijiFirst for having an overwhelming support from the people and now we join him so that our nation progress peacefully and we live happily,” he said.




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