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Party traditionally approaches villages

Salaseini Moceiwai
Thursday, May 22, 2014

THE People's Democratic Party (PDP) is making headway in the Northern Division as they continue to be embraced with open arms by the community.

Today the party's northern executive officials will visit Bucaisau Village before reaching out to Wailevu Village tomorrow (Friday) as part of their campaign.

PDP's northern vice-president Adi Sivo Ravuwale said she continued to receive calls and interest from some chiefs and key men in Macuata who wanted to know more about the party.

"The response from the public is very good so far and we are glad that some elite people in the Macuata Province have shown their interest in the party," she said.

"Yes, we are traditionally approaching the villages, settlements and peri-urban areas here in the North to share to the people our manifestos. We are appreciative of the positive response we are receiving so far and we believe that PDP will take us to the right direction."

Adi Sivo said their campaign would continue next week.

"Right now, our aim is to reach out to the people despite their locations, to inform them of the reasons of our existence and the changes we will bring about for Fiji."


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