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PM Launches Vuci Village Strategic Plan

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama launched the Vuci Village Strategic Plan at the Albert Park Pavilion Hall One in Suva yesterday. He said he was glad to hear that the Vuci
16 Oct 2018 13:18
PM Launches Vuci Village Strategic Plan
Vuci villagers (from left) Kelera Secake, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, Karolini Buli, (sitting), Meredani Ladiniwasa after launching the Vuci Village Strategic Plan 2018-2022 at the Albert Park Pavilion Hall One on October 15, 2018. Photo: Simione Haravanua

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama launched the Vuci Village Strategic Plan at the Albert Park Pavilion Hall One in Suva yesterday.

He said he was glad to hear that the Vuci Strategic Plan was aligned to his Government’s five- year and 20-year National Development Plan.

Prime Minister Bainimarama gave assur­ances that Government would be there to support Vuci Village and every community across the country, every step of the way.

Now he said was the time to make serious, thoughtful investments in their future.

According to the Prime Minister that is what this Strategic Plan represents. “It’s your call to action, it is your game plan for maximising your success in our growing economy and it shows you are confident in where Fiji is headed and in what we, as Fiji­ans, are capable of achieving.”

Mr Bainimarama said he was in the North last week celebrating Fiji Day, but today (yesterday) they were celebrating the future of the Vuci Village community.

“We are holding a different sort of celebra­tion because today we are celebrating the future. The future of your community, as we officially launch the Vuci Village Strategic Plan,” he said.

Every vision, he said no matter how hum­ble or grand it might be, needed a well-thought out strategy to go with it, otherwise that vision would remain a dream, promis­es would remain empty and great potential would go unrealised.

“If you want to actual­ly get things done, you need a game plan. You need regular bench­marks to check your progress and you need genuine, accountable and consistent leader­ship that drives that vision forward into re­ality.”

Mr Bainimarama said he knew from expe­rience because he held a vision for Fiji to progress since the very moment he began serving Fiji as Prime Minister.

It was a vision shared by hundreds of thousands of their fellow Fijians who saw the great potential that the nation had yet to fulfill.

“We’re living that vision today, because we’re delivering on our promise of a new and better Fiji and we’re entering a new fu­ture as a dynamic island nation, a modern and growing economy and a small country that speaks up in a very big way, on very big issues, on the global stage,” PM Bainima­rama said.

“That is what Fiji has grown to become and that only happened because they stuck with a game plan set out by his Government to take Fiji forward.”

Government, he said had put every Fijian community on a strong platform of stability and security, with services they could count on and infrastructure they could depend on to support their continued development.

Edited by Percy Kean

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