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Letters To The Editor, 19th February, 2016

Costly City, Jet City Arien Vikash Kumar,  Nadi Now that Nadi will be a city soon, has anybody thought of how costly entry into Jet City would be? Being a
19 Feb 2016 09:35
Letters To The Editor, 19th February, 2016
Letters To The Editor

Costly City, Jet City

Arien Vikash Kumar,  Nadi

Now that Nadi will be a city soon, has anybody thought of how costly entry into Jet City would be? Being a town at the moment sees daily traffic problems which is really costly for people.

Motorists have to think twice before entering the town, especially in the mornings because of heavy traffic congestion daily and if you think that with limited fuel in your vehicle, you’ll be able to enter from one end to the other then you would have to probably think again.

Even residents staying nearby such as Navo, Nawaka, Navakai and Namotomoto, etc opt to take a walk daily to town ditching even free rides to town while rushing to work in the morning.

If one happens to be on the road after 7.00am from Korovuto, Malolo sides then he have to join the queue right past the Malolo junction because the bumper to bumper drive extends from the temple end and goes past even Malolo junction. The situation is even worse during weekends.

I sincerely hope the relevant authorities have some measures to address this tiresome stressful and costly issue before our beloved town becomes a city.

I’m pretty sure, Sir from Mulomulo also agrees to this because soon the traffic might reach Mulomulo junction extending from the town along the Nadi Back Road.

 

A blessing in

disguise

Savaira M Kotobalavu,  Nabua

Listening to the debates in Parliament, the nation’s august and most honourable House, one wonders if the Opposition member’s sanity is a concern.

What could they have possibly gained by walking out of the Parliamentary session when sitting continued after they had walked out…same difference.

Regarding the Motion of “NO CONFIDENCE” for the Prime Minister, it is rather a blessing in disguise for our Prime Minister; the Opposition had just done the hard yard of campaigning for your seat in the next general election, 2018.

They, (Opposition) have opened the Fijian eyes wider and have settled some uncertain minds as to who should they vote for come 2018.

FijiFirst party need not spend (Dollars) $$$$$$, for the election campaign as the Opposition have reached the nation on your behalf.

Mr Prime Minister, you are the best public professed and popular leader the nation has ever had. Never has democracy been alive and strong in Fiji.

Good luck and God bless our Prime Minister, and to all Fijians, ‘actions speaks louder than words’. God Bless Fiji.

 

Peace and

prosperity

Tevita Tuikabara,  Lautoka

Every Fijian is proud of the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama who has brought international peace and prosperity within the horizon of human realisation. Nothing can prosper under the shadows of a ‘WALKOUT’.

Prosperity is unthinkable when life itself is impossible; VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE by the Opposition on our PM hangs on our heads likeDamocles’ sword  and the PM alone can remove it.

Every mother’s son and every mother’s daughter will bless this great person who has made their birth and breeding possible.




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