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Forget The Past

Forget the past and look to the future. These were the words of 68-year-old voter Pasepa Cakacaka after voting at the Intellectually Handicapped School in Namadi, Suva. She said she
18 Sep 2014 10:57
Forget The Past
Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s captain Raijeli Daveua on her way to score against New Zealand at the FMG Stadium in Hamilton, New Zealand, on January 26, 2020. Photo: Bruce Southwick/ZoomFiji

Forget the past and look to the future.

These were the words of 68-year-old voter Pasepa Cakacaka after voting at the Intellectually Handicapped School in Namadi, Suva.

Pasepa Cakacaka

Pasepa Cakacaka

She said she was looking forward to yesterday and the only thing she wished the elected government was to forget the past and move Fiji forward.

Mrs Cakacaka said even though a lot of things had happened during the last few weeks of campaign, choosing who to vote for was easy.

“I thank the Fijian Elections Office for the easy and fast service and I know my vote is going to make a difference,” she said.

Meanwhile, first-time voter Alanieta Luvuiwa said she was updated by the media on various political parties and this had really motivated her to vote.

“As a student, I would like the elected government to improve on the education system in Fiji; I would like them to introduce more training programmes and decrease VAT,” Ms Luvuiwa said.

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