THE National Federation Party will revive its branches in two districts.
NFP general secretary Vishwa Nadan said the Lautoka and Ba branches would open tomorrow.
"The Lautoka branch annual general meeting will be held at the Girmit centre on Saturday.
"The Ba branch AGM will also be held on Saturday," he said.
"We are establishing our branches in the country now and these are the first two that will be opened up for our supporters and the public."
Mr Nadan said office bearers for the two branches would also be elected at the AGM. He said the meetings would start at 10:30am.
"Our diehard supporters are still with us and we are in contact with the people out there.
"The party's executives based in Suva were also in the Northern Division last week and they visited our loyal supporters."
Mr Nadan said people who were visited so far by the party's executives were supportive.
He said people were waiting for Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama to announce his political party.
"Until then, we don't know where we are really going," he said.