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Letters: 12th June, 2019

He has conveniently forgotten the NBF’s almost $300 million saga he wrote off as a failed PM during his term in 1995, but this government is selective and very smart in what it wants to hear and discards unprofessional nonsense.
12 Jun 2019 14:23
Letters: 12th June, 2019

Our 7s gladiators

Kirti Patel, Mohan Singh Pl, Lautoka

Kudos to our 7s gladiators for their wonderful performance in the London and Paris 7s. You made us all proud and it was worthwhile watching the games at odd hours.

Thanks to the coach as well for the way he moulded the players. The key role that he does is very essential and requires a good level of skills and judgement.

Rugby is one area where the whole of Fiji gets together to cheer for the team. This is time when all unite and have only one purpose, that is to win the game which we are well known for. Rugby is our pride and to win is always the icing on the cake.

I don’t have words to describe the unity as a nation that we feel during this exciting, crucial and wonderful moment.

It automatically gives us the courage and strength with positive vibes. Oh, just how wonderful to see those tries, one after the other. What a beauty.

One thing that is a major relief now is that the conversion area is being improved. I hope it remains or gets better, if possible.

This has been a problem area.

Of course, no one wants to lose, but we can’t always have it all, thus in times of loss, we still stand with our players in support of their future matches.

You all sacrifice for your families to go to other countries to play and bring glory and your hard work is being recognised.

Win or lose, we are right behind you and our prayers are always with you and our nation. Vinaka boys and the coach.

May God bless you all.

Rabuka and Biman’ nonsense

Tukai Lagonilakeba, Namaka, Nadi

This Methodist lay preacher seems to think that he is the best person to advise our government on how best to govern and run our country relevant to its National Budget announcement.

He has conveniently forgotten the NBF’s almost $300 million saga he wrote off as a failed PM during his term in 1995, but this government is selective and very smart in what it wants to hear and discards unprofessional nonsense.

Our National Budget for the year 2019-2020 is holistically a very smart and inclusive one, which is the prerogative of the FijiFirst Government and it is all about the Fijian people.

Sitiveni Rabuka must be reminded that the SODELPA house is in a very big mess, which is a reflection of his own very poor and weak leadership and that is where his priority should be right now.

He should leave the governance of our country to the FijiFirst Bainimarama-led Government, which has the mandate of the majority of Fijians.

I also do support the Minister for Economy in labelling Prof. Biman’s criticism of our national budget as utter nonsense.

He is in the same mode as Rabuka, where they will first shoot themselves in the foot and then later regret their rhetoric.

May I ask how many national budgets has Prof. Biman been involved in during his short political career and under which government?

He may be a professor in economics, but there are hundreds of very highly-qualified economists who are employed by Government in its many different departments that contribute equally and professionally to the make-up of our country’s yearly national budgets.

They must keep their ill-conceived opinions to themselves until it is required because, otherwise, they are only making a fool of themselves.
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