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Prime Minister: Rabuka Unstable

“That destruction still lingers on in our people today for all these years. I think he must be blinded by his so-called self-righteousness if he wants to see improvements,” said Mr Bainimarama.
17 Aug 2022 16:39
Prime Minister: Rabuka Unstable
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was interviewed on New Zealand’s Radio Tarana

Rabuka is an unstable man and is not to be trusted as he’s always manoeuvring himself cunningly to bounce at any opportunity to grab power at any cost. This is what Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said in his interview on New Zealand’s Radio Tarana.

The PM said Fiji and Fijians should be worried about this man (Rabuka) as he has not changed one bit from the person that brought this country to turmoil after the 1987 coup.

“He oversaw the collapse of the National Bank of Fiji, caused racial discrimination and is now jumping and forming a party to serve his best interest,” he said.

 

Mr Bainimarama said that from day one, when Rabuka came onto the political scene, he and his partner in crime, Biman Prasad, have been talking about changes with their supporters and all they were talking about was bringing in changes.

“So what changes are they talking about? I haven’t seen any changes they put on paper. It appals me to hear that he’s saying such things and it has made me realise that he’s just daft as a brush,” he said.

He said Mr Rabuka’s motives were unimaginative and whatever the election results may be, people would indeed have to accept it.

“However, it is quite obvious that Rabuka will not want to accept whatever the outcome is”, he said.

 

Mr Bainimarama said that Rabuka was going around talking about improvement, and was not sure what improvements he wanted after the major destruction he caused Fiji some 35 years ago.

“That destruction still lingers on in our people today for all these years. I think he must be blinded by his so-called self-righteousness if he wants to see improvements,” said Mr Bainimarama.

“To all those people that are preparing to fund him you will lose your money.”

 

Mr Bainimarama said FijiFirst has just cleaned up Mr Rabuka’s mess over the years, restored trust and removed racial discriminatory policies that were part of the Rabuka’s legacy.

“He is again trying to sweet talk to govern.”

He said Fijians would vote for results and not talk because talk is.”

“The FijiFirst Government has achieved nine years of unprecedented economic growth; our GDP grew under our watch, we protected the vulnerable such as the elderly, children people with special needs, single mothers, unemployed in good, in tough times and we improved infrastructure in many more,” he said.

Mr Bainimarama has urged all Fijians not to listen or vote for Rabuka as he has not changed, but instead vote for stability, vote for progress, vote for loyalty and inclusivity with the FijiFirst Government.

 

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