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Search for justice, truth

Salaseini Moceiwai
Thursday, May 29, 2014

TRUTH and justice can be achieved if God is acknowledged in our daily lives, People's Democratic Party (PDP) president in the Northern Division, Navitalai Masivuya, told the villagers of Wailevu in Labasa last Friday night.

He said truth and justice only came from God and not men.

Mr Masivuya said people nowadays always had questions about where they would get justice and truth from but they should know that God was the source of such virtues.

He said the two virtues were something difficult to find in the world today.

The virtues, Mr Masivuya said, was something observed by our ancestors in the past.

He said the PDP believed if such virtues were our leading weapons today, Fiji would sail a smooth journey ahead.

Mr Masivuya also encouraged the villagers to love and care for one another and respect the elders, something the iTaukei people were known for in the past.

He said the PDP believed the Fiji Government should be led by people who were truthful and loyal.


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