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Delegation to visit PM in show of support

Luke Rawalai
Friday, May 23, 2014

A TRADITIONAL delegation from the province of Bua is expected to visit Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama soon to express the province's support for him in the election.

Speaking on the second day of the council's meeting in Nabouwalu on Wednesday, the Buli Lekutu Ratu Tevita Raiova said the vanua of Bua had huge support for the proposed FijiFirst organisation.

Ratu Tevita said the delegation would reaffirm the province's support for the party.

He told the council the government had brought in major developments to the province and they had witnessed the effects of their work.

Ratu Tevita told the council that over the years, there had been an economic boom in the province and investors had started flowing in.








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