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Dancing the Night Away

FijiFirst supporters in Sydney were joined by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his wife, Mary, on Saturday night as they feasted and danced the night away to the sounds
25 Aug 2014 20:21
Dancing the Night Away
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FijiFirst supporters in Sydney were joined by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his wife, Mary, on Saturday night as they feasted and danced the night away to the sounds of Jese Mucunabitu and his band.

More than 200 Sydney Fijians attended the function.

They used this unique opportunity to greet and take photos with the PM and Mrs Bainimarama.

Ned and Milika Hicks, originally from Sigatoka, now residing in Campbelltown in Sydney’s outer west, gave Mr Bainimarama and his party, “two thumbs up” and praised him for his service to the people of Fiji.

Mr and Mrs Bainimarama attended a non-denominational church service in Canterbury, NSW, yesterday morning.

Talatala Lasaro Rokomisa, an AOG pastor and a RKS Old Boy, urged the congregation to support the PM because of his policies and what he stands for.

The 100 plus congregation joined the PM in an afternoon tea, supplied by the Sydney’s FijiFirst committee.

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