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Campaign starts

Nasik Swami
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

THE National Federation Party starts with its first two-day campaign on Vanua Levu today.

Party vice president Parmod Chand said the campaign would be led by leader Professor Biman Prasad who would be accompanied by former party president Raman Singh.

Mr Chand said during the campaign, the two would visit party members, supporters and stalwarts.

"The NFP sincerely believes our people's future can only be peaceful and prosperous through their social, economic and political advancement," he said.

Mr Chand said Prof Prasad would also visit well-known residents in the Northern Division including personalities in Labasa Town who are eager to meet him and hear of the NFPs vision for Fiji.

"During the tour people are also urged to share their concerns and problems that impede their livelihood.

"The interests of our people is paramount and the issues that they raise with Prof Prasad regarding their livelihood, the sugar industry, agricultural sector, the economy generally, rule of law, to name a few, will be incorporated in the party's manifesto for the elections."








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