Coconut Wireless

Coconut Wireless: 27th February, 2017

Switching ‘ticks’? SODELPA supporters and fans in North are in limbo. They are having second thoughts whether to be loyal and vote for their leader in the next elections or
27 Feb 2017 15:00
Coconut Wireless: 27th February, 2017
Coconut Wireless

Switching ‘ticks’?

SODELPA supporters and fans in North are in limbo. They are having second thoughts whether to be loyal and vote for their leader in the next elections or choose the FijiFirst Party leader.

The ongoing Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s tour is winning many hearts. People easily believe what they see rather than what they hear.

For example when Mr Bainimarama is touring the north, he is actually walking the talk and visiting places where no previous PMs had gone.

Mr Banimarama has touched the hearts of hundreds when he crossed a river to go to Naiyarabale River, then he opened a teachers quarters and a classroom, whenhe shook hands with children, when he cracked jokes with villagers and shared smiles with those who saw him for the first time. SODELPA needs to work hard.

Soap phone for gullible consumer

People, please don’t be so gullible and buy things on the street just because they’re selling at ‘out of this world’ discounts. We’ve heard this sort of case one too many times. Just last week, a consumer bought a ‘Samsung 7’ from the corridors of Cumming Street, Suva at a remarkable $200. Poor customer decides to open the package in the bus only to find a packet of soap smartly wrapped inside.

ν Coconut Wireless is compiled by Maraia Vula with contributions from Shratiaka Naidu and Shahani Mala.

Feedback: maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj


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