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Mum, 55, Picks FijiFirst Because Of Policies

Nakorovou, Rewa, vil­lager Kini Waqa,55, is adamant her vote will be for the FijiFirst par­ty come November 14. The mother-of-three was among hundreds who at­tended the FijiFirst cam­paign at Dreketi
31 Oct 2018 12:28
Mum, 55, Picks FijiFirst Because Of Policies
Nakorovou villager Kini Waqa at Dreketi District School in Nakorovou, Rewa, during the FijiFirst rally on October 30, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Nakorovou, Rewa, vil­lager Kini Waqa,55, is adamant her vote will be for the FijiFirst par­ty come November 14.

The mother-of-three was among hundreds who at­tended the FijiFirst cam­paign at Dreketi District School hall yesterday.

Children of the village were delighted as FijiFirst party leader and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainima­rama took out time to meet and greet them.

Ms Waqa said FijiFirst leader was a leader who walked the talk.

“I have always voted for Fiji Labour Party, but in 2014 I voted for FijiFirst par­ty and I am glad that I did,” Ms Waqa said.

“FijiFirst party did every­thing for the interest of the people. I am satisfied with what they have been doing for us and I will continue to support the party.”

She said parents did not have to worry about the fu­ture of their children.

“Our children’s school fees and bus fare is paid for and now we have to ensure that they study hard. It is the first time Government has done something that will benefit everyone,” Ms Waqa said.

“I live in the village and I can say that we have benefit­ed through the agriculture assistance.”

Ms Waqa hopes that when FijiFirst party wins the 2018 General Election it will im­prove their road to the vil­lage.

Edited by Epineri Vula

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