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Methodist Church Visits Ro Teimumu

Leaders of the Methodist Church in Fiji paid a courtesy call to the Leader of Opposition, Ro Teimumu Kepa at the Opposition office in Suva yesterday. The church delegation was
10 Mar 2015 12:52
Methodist Church Visits Ro Teimumu

Leaders of the Methodist Church in Fiji paid a courtesy call to the Leader of Opposition, Ro Teimumu Kepa at the Opposition office in Suva yesterday.

The church delegation was made up of church president, Reverend Tevita Banivanua, general secretary, Rev Dr Epineri Vakadewavosa and deputy general secretary, Ili Vunisuwai.

Ro Teimumu said: “They are wishing us well in our endeavours and hope that we are able to resolve issues that come before Parliament.”

It followed earlier visits to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and Republic of Fiji Military Forces Commander Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga.

She said Rev Banivanua and his team had reassured them that the church would treat everyone equally.

Rev Banivanua said apart from wishing the Opposition well, they had also reminded them of their duty to ensure that things were done in the best interest of the people.

“We reminded them of their role to constructively critique laws that come through Parliament making sure that these laws suit the people,” Rev Banivanua said.

He said this was an ongoing initiative by the church and was part of their 50th Anniversary of self-governance that was celebrated last year.

 

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