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Rosi Doviverata They came in their droves from a diversity of racial, cultural and religious background last night to listen to FijiFirst officials in Davuilevu near Nausori. Close to 400
11 Jul 2014 08:06

Rosi Doviverata

They came in their droves from a diversity of racial, cultural and religious background last night to listen to FijiFirst officials in Davuilevu near Nausori.
Close to 400 people packed the Davuilevu Primary School and heard FijiFirst leader and Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama promise them a brighter future under his leadership.
To make it happen, FijiFirst would select “credible” people to represent them in the September 17 general elections, he said. They were looking for people who would take their policies forward.
Laisa Rasovi, 59, who lives at Davuilevu housing said she came to the meeting simply to listen.
She said she was convinced of which party to voting for, hinting FijiFirst.
Letila and Patilai Fotu said they had decided as a couple to go with FijiFirst.
“The whole of Fiji have seen what this Government has done, so that’s why we have decided as a family to place our choice,” was their collective view.
“Regardless about the legalities of how this government came into place, we appreciate what we are seeing on the ground.”
Mr Fotu said he was glad to have sat in and listened to the FijiFirst party officials as most of what they clarified was bugging him for a while.
Kioa islander Manu Tuinanumea said he had applied for citizenship here and was looking forward to voting in September.
Khamendra Kumar, 39, said he was just grateful for the free education.
He also sought Government’s help in providing electricity in some parts of Davuilevu.
Emrit Prasad, 55, of Waila, 3B, said the developments undertaken by this Government was way beyond what other governments had provided.
Prime Minister Bainimarama was accompanied by Timoci Natuva, party president Dr Jiko Luveni, and general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

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