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Fiji Sun coverage helps: Raicama

Fiji Sun coverage helps: Raicama Namosi villager Lario Raicama, 62, hailed the Fiji Sun’s elections coverage saying it would greatly assist them in making informed decisions during the September 17
06 Aug 2014 07:51

Fiji Sun coverage helps: Raicama

Namosi villager Lario Raicama, 62, hailed the Fiji Sun’s elections coverage saying it would greatly assist them in making informed decisions during the September 17 General Elections.
Mr Raicama was among the hundreds of people that gathered at the Namosi village hall to listen to a delegation from the FijiFirst party that visited them on Monday.
Mr Raicama, who described himself as a keen Fiji Sun reader, said he never missed reading the paper every day.
“Fiji Sun has the best coverage compared to the other newspaper and radio because every day we will see in the paper campaigns for all the parties,” Mr Raicama said.
“It is very helpful especially to us people in rural areas because it informs us about what the other political parties are talking about when they go out to the people.”
He said he was a great supporter of how the Fiji Sun was relaying political news to the general public.
“The way you cover it broadens our knowledge on the different policies that the parties are trying to implement.
“The paper’s coverage is also a way of helping us know who to vote for in the upcoming elections because whatever the politicians talk about during their campaign meetings you report it,” he said.

AQELA SUSU




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