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Chief grateful for event

Salaseini Mociewai
Friday, April 04, 2014

TUI Nadago Ratu Ilisanita Malodali has thanked the government for choosing his district to host the first ever northern government roadshow.

About 1000 people from all walks of life gathered at the Nadogo Central College grounds to be part of the event yesterday.

Ratu Ilisanita said this was an opportunity for his people to learn more about government ministries and their roles.

The government, he said, had done a lot in terms of development for his people, something he was grateful for.

All government ministries erected stalls at the show and displayed pamphlets, products and services.

Ratu Ilisanita said the government certainly existed to help people, especially in rural areas.

He said people now had roads, bridges, proper piped water and health care.

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