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 FNU Students Wish PM Speedy Recovery

Association President Ketan Lal has encour­aged Fijians to continue showing the Bula spirit which they are known for, and to avoid spreading such disheartening messages on so­cial media.
20 Jan 2022 13:49
 FNU Students Wish PM Speedy Recovery
Members of the Providing Young Generation Movement in Every Society (PYGMIES) Youth Club in Notokowaqa in Lautoka on January 19, 2022. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

The Fiji National University Students’ Asso­ciation (FNUSA) is wishing our Prime Minis­ter a very speedy recovery.

The association are praying for his safe re­turn of PM Voreqe Bainimarama as the leader of our nation. The association, as a represent­ative body of a large number of Fijian youths are concerned at some of the rumors and neg­ative comments being made about the Prime Minister’s health, including reprehensible comments made by the New Zealand media along with the local media.

Association President Ketan Lal has encour­aged Fijians to continue showing the Bula spirit which they are known for, and to avoid spreading such disheartening messages on so­cial media.

“As Fijians, we must always aspire to embody good over evil, and wishing ill on anyone’s health is a very evil act and not at all in line with Fijian culture. Fijians are good people, and as good people, we would like to wish the PM a very speedy recovery and pray for his safe return. It is unfortunate that people would propagate such information.”

 



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