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Prayers Answered

They came together to give thanks and celebrate the victory of the FijiFirst party.  13 villages in Cakaudrove, yesterday, echoed one sentiment. Their prayers had been answered. They could barely
03 Oct 2014 13:01
Prayers Answered
Minister for Education Rosy Akbar and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama shares cake with Suvavou Kindergarten students after the opening on August 12, 2020. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

They came together to give thanks and celebrate the victory of the FijiFirst party.  13 villages in Cakaudrove, yesterday, echoed one sentiment. Their prayers had been answered. They could barely restrain themselves from the excitement. There was food and music to match for the festive occasion.

Villagers from Nakobo, Vunisavisavi, Navonu, Loa, Vunikura, Nawi, Buca, Tukavesi, Kanakana, Koroivonu, Karoko, Devo, Nailou gathered at Tukavesi village for a day of celebration.

Tukavesi villager and organiser Mikaele Vosayaco said they chose FijiFirst because of the massive development projects already initiated by the Voreqe Bainimarama-led government in Vanua Levu.

“Our prayers have been answered, we always wanted a democratic government and it has been given to us and it was our choice,” Mr Vosayaco said.

“We have seen the changes brought along by this Bainimarama government and we thank them for the developments they have done to our villages here in Cakaudrove” he said.

The same sentiments were also expressed by Tukavesi chief Ravouvou Isimeli Koli. He said the development projects of the Bainimarama government had convinced him to vote for FijiFirst.

“Today is just a day of thanksgiving and celebrating the FijiFirst win and we want to thank Mr Bainimarama for his great achievement.”

“I also want to thank Ratu Inoke Kubuabola for coming around and also being involved in the release of the soldiers that were held captive, with that it really made us vote for such a Government,” he added.

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