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Pillay Sees Bright Future

With FijiFirst, there is a bright future, says 44-yearold Viam Pillay, a party candidate for next month’s general election. Mr Pillay is from Ba. He has seen a lot of
27 Aug 2014 05:19
Pillay Sees Bright Future
Jone Bilitaki.. Photo: Wati Talebula

With FijiFirst, there is a bright future, says 44-yearold Viam Pillay, a party candidate for next month’s general election. Mr Pillay is from Ba. He has seen a lot of changes in the Fiji government and believes that with FijiFirst, everything would be better for everyone. He is a community worker and has been a rural advisory councilor in Ba for 23 years. He is the chairman of the Ba District Council. He has also served on various boards of non-government organisations. He was also involved in the Peoples Charter Consultation process for Ba area. With 23 years of community work, Mr Pillay said it was through the confi dence of his people and community that he had gone into politics. “I had never dreamt to be in politics, for me this would be my fi rst election,” he said. “My family, friends and the people of Ba urged me to go and join hands with FijiFirst because they know that there can be no better government than this.” He said in the past seven years, Fiji had changed and developed for the better. “The changes and developments are right in front of our eyes and that is because this Government has thought about its people fi rst,” Mr Pillay said. “Mr Bainimarama is the only prime minister that has gone out to grass root level to talk to the people and hear their grievances, no one else has done this before.” He calls onto the voters to show their appreciation for the government and help move Fiji forward by voting for FijiFirst. “We do not want to go back to the dark days, let’s vote wisely and vote FijiFirst for a better Fiji.”

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