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No Politics: Naitasiri

The 16 district chiefs of the Naitasiri province are calling on all politicians to unite and work together. Waima district chief Ratu Timoci Rokobukete said during their meeting in Naitasiri
04 Dec 2015 09:34
No Politics: Naitasiri

The 16 district chiefs of the Naitasiri province are calling on all politicians to unite and work together.
Waima district chief Ratu Timoci Rokobukete said during their meeting in Naitasiri the district chiefs agreed to call on all parliamentarians to put away their political hats and work with the people on all the developments they were engaged in.
“We elect them to work for us and carry out what we want,” he said.
Ratu Timoci said in their meeting they had agreed to invite their parliamentarians to open the Naitasiri Festival.
And the opening was carried out by the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) parliamentarians, Ro Kiniviliame Kilikaraki and Aseri Radrodro.
“The four of us were supposed to open the festival but the Minister for Immigration, National Security and Defence, Timoci Natuva, said for us to split as they will do the closing,” Ro Kini said.
Speaking at the opening Ro Kini said they had opened a new way forward for the province for their politicians to unite and work with the people.
He said Naitasiri was known for treasuring its cultural and traditional beliefs.
He urged them to stick to their traditional obligations and not to let foreign cultures enter their districts.
Ro Kini said the development works was being carried out by the Government of the day and one of its roles was to protect the people.
For the province to move forward, he urged the chiefs to use the educated people of the province in all the development its initiatives in the province.
“They must now take the lead and map out the way forward for the province,” Ro Kini said.
He said they would need the support of the people.
The SODELPA parliamentarians opened the Naitasiri Festival with about $4000.



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