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Gukisuva: Unity Fiji’s Values Mirror My Own

Liga Gukisuva, 43, is a familiar face for many. He is a well-known marketing person, had been the face of Vodafone Fiji Limited and is now coming to you as
20 Feb 2018 11:37
Gukisuva: Unity Fiji’s Values Mirror My Own
Liga Gukisuva

Liga Gukisuva, 43, is a familiar face for many. He is a well-known marketing person, had been the face of Vodafone Fiji Limited and is now coming to you as a candidate for the Unity Fiji party.

The father of three, who is a Queen Victoria School and Marist Brothers High School old scholar, said he chose to be part of Unity Fiji because the Party’s values mirrored his own.

He is from Vanuavatu, in Lau, while his mother is from Sila, Cuvu, Nadroga.

Some of Unity Fiji’s values, which Mr Gukisuva sees as his, includes the need to love your neighbour, tolerance towards our fellow citizens, transparency, servant leadership and the principle that you do to others what we want others to do to you.

“Unity Fiji presents a credible option to you, our voters, in the upcoming General Election.

“We are a multiracial party and our vision is to build lasting unity across all our ethnic groups under a shared vision based on the reality that Fiji is, and always will be, a multiracial, multicultural
society.

“We are credible because we will deliver and our credibility comes from leadership and the team behind Unity Fiji who have shown their ability to deliver.”

He said the Party will not make promises that they cannot keep.

“We at Unity Fiji fully understand that as a united country, you must be free to keep your identity, culture and traditions.

“Unity Fiji is made up of a team that has the credentials to govern our beloved country wisely and with sound and well-thought policies and plans.

“And more importantly, the party brings a fresh new brand of politics that puts you, at the very forefront of everything we do.”

At Unity Fiji, Mr Gukisuva pledges to be the voice of our youths, who he says are our future.

“Therefore, I will ensure that decisions taken under our leadership will safeguard our youths’ future and that of generations to come. We will not burden our youths with decisions that are unsustainable, decisions that may force you to end up paying heavily for, in the future.

“Our policies will foster the growth, education and harness the earning potential of our youth. Education will be one of our key focus areas,” he said.

Mr Gukisuva is also reaching out to volunteers to join them with the work needed as they prepare for the General Election.

“I humbly seek your support in my endeavor to serve you as best I can. At Unity Fiji, we are all about you ……People First!”

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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