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FARISHA AHMED SUVA One name, two people. Is this a case of mistaken identity? No it’s not. A concerned Deo Narain rang the Fiji Sun and raised concerns that there
09 Aug 2014 09:30

Deo Narayan

FARISHA AHMED
SUVA

One name, two people. Is this a case of mistaken identity?
No it’s not.
A concerned Deo Narain rang the Fiji Sun and raised concerns that there might be confusion after he read in the paper that another Deo Narayan was standing for the Fiji Labour Party in the September 17 general election.
The caller admitted that he had applied for a FijiFirst ticket and was waiting for the outcome.
He was concerned that he might be mistaken for the FLP Narayan and cause confusion among his fans.
To remove the confusion, check out the differences.

Deo Narayan
Fiji Labour Party
The 58-year-old retired Police officer is a candidate nominee for the Fiji Labour Party.
He served for 35 years. He says he has joined FLP for its values, principles and good leadership.
Mr Narayan is from Vunisamaloa in Ba but has a driving school in Suva.
“I had submitted my application to party leader Mahendra Chaudhry after lots of contemplation and advice from family and friends,” he said.
“Mr Chaudhry is a well experienced person with good leadership skills and he can take the country forward.”

Deo Narain
Aspiring candidate for FijiFirst
He is a former Labour parliamentarian. He has applied for a FijiFirst ticket.
He said FijiFirst must be credited for guaranteeing all Fijians equal status and a common identity.
Mr Narain is a Justice of Peace, retired educationalist and a trained soldier.
He was elected to Parliament in 1999 and was held hostage for 54 days during the 2000 coup.
“FijiFirst has become a national movement dedicated to the service of our nation and to the advancement of the wellbeing of all Fijians,” he said.

Feedback: farisha.ahmed@fijisun.com.fj




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