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NFP names candidates for general election

By NASIK SWAMI
Friday, May 30, 2014

Update: 3:52PM THE National Federation Party has become the first political party to announce its first batch of candidates who will be contesting the September 17 general election.

Announcing the names in Suva today, party leader Professor Biman Prasad said the candidates were chosen from a wide range of applications.

Prof Prasad says he is adamant that the candidates would take the party to victory in the general election.

The candidates include: Bimal Prasad, Dr Bijen Prasad Ram, Seni Leba Nabou, Bala Dass, Usaia Moli, Raman Pratap Singh, Pramod Chand, Mohammad Rafiq, Attar Singh and Tupou Draunidalo.








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