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Speak out

Written By : Ratu Jona Saukuru Nadi. I chuckle at the outcome of the Lau Provincial Council, and I empathise with Anare Jale and Sakiusa Raivoce. My voice as vasu
26 Jun 2008 12:00

Written By : Ratu Jona Saukuru Nadi. I chuckle at the outcome of the Lau Provincial Council, and I empathise with Anare Jale and Sakiusa Raivoce. My voice as vasu and from the staunch Yasayasa group and Totoya Island may be heard in this simple note of rationalisation.
The Lauan Provincial Council is in chaos underlined by double standards and confusion, where leaders need to use their intelligence in promoting Lauan development, and not depend on children of past reputable leaders.
What has Lieutenant-Colonel Uluilakeba done for the Lauan people? The rational crystal clear is that he is part of the regime, thus remarked this as reason for Lauans to support the current government.
Rewa stood its ground, unfortunately Lau had to be hoodwinked.
Lau’s development is dependent on the hardworking, and self-sacrifising urban Lauans who are the foundation of progressing the rural Lau to advancement.
In today’s society, people should speak out for truth, justice, peace, and values that promote the essence of reinforced “lotu” and “vanua”, the basis of all Lauan teachings.
The truth will always prevail, and in the words of my maternal links, the more you suppress it, the more vocal and profound it floats to the surface like a fully blown rubber ball.




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