NATION

Voter: With FijiFirst No One Left Behind

Ama Lusia, 57, and Josivini Ranadi, 65, hope that in the next General Election po­litical parties would go to their vil­lage and campaign. They live at Tubarua Village in Se­rua.
10 Nov 2018 11:00
Voter: With FijiFirst No One Left Behind
Ama Lusia, 57 (left), and Josivini Ranadi, 65 at Tubarua village in Serua after casting their vote on November 9, 2018. Photo: Wati Talebula

Ama Lusia, 57, and Josivini Ranadi, 65, hope that in the next General Election po­litical parties would go to their vil­lage and campaign.

They live at Tubarua Village in Se­rua. There are 23 houses there.

Living far from the main road is a challenge but they were thankful that the Fijian Elections Office held the pre-poll there.

“I wished political parties would have come to our village and cam­paigned so that we would know what is their manifes­to and what does the party stand for,” Ms Lusia said.

“None of the political par­ties came to our village to talk to us. It’s hard when deciding to vote for someone that we don’t know a lot about.”

Ms Ranadi said she knew who she would vote for but wanted to know about the other political parties.

“Our village is located in the inte­rior and the only Government that has helped us is the FijiFirst Government,” Ms Ranadi said.

“I hope that if they win again they would improve our road. They connected the electricity to our village and now only wiring is left. With this Gov­ernment no one is left behind.

“This Government has done what other Governments have only promised. They try their best to do everything they can so that the peo­ple of Fiji benefit.”

Pre-poll at Tubarua village started at 12pm and ended at 1pm yesterday.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

Fiji Sun Instagram
Fiji Plus
Subscribe-to-Newspaper
error: