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No politics for now: Naiorosui

AQELA SUSU suva Former Housing Authority chief executive Alipate Naiorosui has no intention of pursuing politics at the moment. Mr Naiorosui accompanied Labour Minister and FijiFirst candidate nominees Jone Usamate
05 Aug 2014 08:12

AQELA SUSU
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Former Housing Authority chief executive Alipate Naiorosui has no intention of pursuing politics at the moment.
Mr Naiorosui accompanied Labour Minister and FijiFirst candidate nominees Jone Usamate and Agriculture minister Colonel Inia Seruiratu to the party’s campaign meeting in Navua last night.
He recently resigned from the position of chief executive officer of the Housing Authority and said he was enjoying his time off work but was not thinking of contesting the September elections.
“Not yet, I was called and approached by a few parties but as of now I’m enjoying this semi retirement so at least I can take a break,” Mr Naiorosui said.
“You can see me now I seem much happier and stress free from the normal work that we do. This is the first such campaign I have attended so I like to attend other campaigns and listen to what the people are saying.”
He commended the party and said that FijiFirst did not just make promises but delivered on them.
“They are not here to create fear or intimidate fear in the minds of the people so I guess that that is something good that people here have asked some genuine questions that need to be tackled. It is important that people exercise their democratic rights to go and listen to all the parties that are there to campaign.
“I am here just to accompany Minister for Labour who was my senior in university. When you look at it, it’s like the generation, we have common ideas but I have no intention of getting there, not at this stage,” Mr Naiorosui said.

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