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Letters: 27th June, 2019

It’s taken a while, but for now it looks like the beginning of a new era in our domestic rugby competition.
27 Jun 2019 10:35
Letters: 27th June, 2019

A new era

Floyd Robinson, Nasinu

Is Nadroga’s dominance and superiority in the local rugby scene conquered? Well, judging by Suva’s performance in the final of the Skipper Cup competition it certainly looks like Nadroga had no effective response.

It’s taken a while, but for now it looks like the beginning of a new era in our domestic rugby competition.

Aside from that our national women’s rugby league team, the Bulikula, thrashed the Papua New Guinea Orchids in their first ever outing.

 

SODELPA very frightening

Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi

It is very frightening to even think if SODELPA won the election last year and formed government.

What would have happened to our beautiful and multiracial Fiji despite the fact that they are still trying to sort out their vanua internal power struggles and leadership in accordance with their amended party constitution since 2013 when it was registered as a political party?

Internal power struggles where it has never stopped since, it would have been a very unstable government and the infighting is a reflection of the very weak Sitiveni Rabuka leadership where he is unable to stabilise his own sinking iTaukei canoe.

I do hope all those SODELPA supporters are awake and watching very closely. As it slowly unfolds every day, Rabuka should first look around before taking the leadership swipe to the government side.

Who is realistically in control at the SODELPA home? Is it the Matanitu Vanua CBM against the Kubuna and the Burebasaga confederacies? But the Tovata confederacy has already been nullified as the numbers are at play and just too bad for Anare Jale with his supporters from the Province of Lau.

SODELPA is realistically a home filled to the brim with drama queens and kings, with absolutely no leadership at all.

 

Scholarships for India

Tomasi Boginiso, Nasinu

Great news by the Indian Commissioner to Fiji.

One hundred scholarships are currently available for Fijian students. A very encouraging offer to the public to take up the opportunity and apply for the scholarship.

For those who have been very unfortunate in getting scholarships or still trying to obtain a scholarship, I believe this is the opportunity for our people.

The Fiji – India relationship seems to be working well. Vinaka India.

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