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I Want FijiFirst To Win

Suva Market vendor Asena Maki, 54, when asked on the outcome of the general election yesterday, said: “I know FijiFirst will win and I want them to win.” She said
19 Sep 2014 10:17
I Want FijiFirst To Win
Lepani Kanaloa with his granddaughter Wakesa Dola and wife Laisa Kanaloa at the FNFP Building in Suva. Photo: Susana Tuilau Parent finds education website useful for daughter Shalini Verma and her 9-year-old daughter Shyhana using the Ministry of Education website.

Suva Market vendor Asena Maki, 54, when asked on the outcome of the general election yesterday, said: “I know FijiFirst will win and I want them to win.”

She said there were a lot of promises made by various political parties during previous elections but they did not keep them.

“As a mother who prioritises her children’s education, I want this Government to continue. There have been a lot of positive changes going on and I want these changes to continue,”Mrs Maki said.

Market vendor Prem Pati after after casting her vote on Wednesday said, “It was a great feeling being able to vote because not only did I vote for myself but I voted for the future of my country.”

The 74-year-old with her friend Jamida Bebe, 62, collectively agreed that FijiFirst leader Voreqe Bainimarama should win the election.

“As age is catching up with us we hope that the new government will concentrate on looking after the elderly in our communities and that they will fulfil the promises that they made.”

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