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Letters To The Editors, 28th February 2018

Sodelpa Peace Simon Hazelman, Rava Estate, Savusavu It is rather amusing to read Rabuka’s statement that SODELPAs peace hinges on party members (FS 26/02), just a few months away from
28 Feb 2018 14:59
Letters To The Editors, 28th February 2018

Sodelpa Peace

Simon Hazelman, Rava Estate, Savusavu

It is rather amusing to read Rabuka’s statement that SODELPAs peace hinges on party members (FS 26/02), just a few months away from the General Election!

How on earth can a party that has a never-ending history of internal bickering be able to run the nation?

Unbelievable!

Ono-i-Lau Pledge

Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi

Thank you Nacanieli Tuilevuka, Fiji Sun February 26, excellent coverage from Ono Island.

Yes it is a known fact that the whole of Lau group voted for the SODELPA party due to the involvement of members from the Vuanirewa and Vatuwaqa Clan in Tubou, Lakeba, where our former Prime Minister, paramount chief and past president Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara is from and he was also the late and last Tui Nayau.

His eldest daughter Adi Ateca Ganilau lives in her now adopted Somosomo Village in Taveuni where she dwells with husband Ratu Epeli, but pre-election 2014, Ms Ganilau was proactively campaigning and preaching the Gospel to convince the majority Kai Lau including the 14 Tikina chiefs to vote for her aunty Ro Teimumu Kepa from the SODELPA camp as they would win the election and make her the next PM who will then make sure that the Lau province is well looked after which is a known fact.

Where is Ro Teimumu and Mrs Ganilau now pre and post Tropical Cyclone Gita? They have never set foot on those remote Islands in Lau that were ravaged by TC Gita to comfort them with food, clothes and building supplies in assisting these islanders recover.

They voted for the Roko Tui Dreketi but they are both nowhere to be seen, but what is amazing about these Lauans are now talking the truth as they have been misled in the past and have now declared to vote for the FijiFirst party.

Ro Teimumu should concentrate on the development of Rewa or the Burebasaga Confederacy and her niece Adi Ateca should confine herself to her adopted village and leave the business of the 14 Tikina with their inhabitants from the Province of Lau to decide for themselves their fate and who they will vote without undue influence.

After four years from today may I ask Adi Ateca what development have you and your aunty provided to the people of Lau in improving and uplifting their living standards.

Our PM with his Cabinet Ministers have toured the Lau group many times to deliver indiscriminately our government services until the 2014 election and they are still going further without fanfare with no strings attached as it is our government’s job but the truth is there to be judged by themselves.

I wish to encourage my fellow Kai Lau from the province to please think right before you cast your vote this time and make it count, your vote is your Fundamental Democratic Basic Human Rights.

Ro Dona Vs Rabuka

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

The stirrings in the SODELPA Party continues at the top with the bickering between leader Sitiveni Rabuka and Vice-President Ro Dona Takaleiyale (FS 27/2).

It had earlier started with Lynda Tabuya’s candidacy of the party.

Such tensions should have been solved internally.

The party should also operate with public participation rather than secrecy.

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