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Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, March 22, 2014

COMMISSIONER Central Lieutenant Colonel Laisenia Tuitubou says getting reactions and ideas from the Rewa Provincial Council will help the government address development projects in province.

Lt-Col Tuitubou said members of the provincial council played an important role in highlighting the projects needed the districts.

He said they needed to bring big issues that government could assist them with.

"We need them to talk about major projects that can be discussed during the council meetings rather than minor issues because it can help government and themselves in addressing issues on time," he said.

"We are grateful for the support given to us by the vanua of Rewa, especially in letting us sit and discuss issues of great concern to them."

He said the council meeting had good outcomes.

"The outcome today (Thursday) was good. We got to hear what the council members had to say about development projects and we gave them time to ask questions on such issues."








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