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Executives on a mission to inform people

Salaseini Moceiwai
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

EXECUTIVES of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) are expected to visit the Northern Division this week.

PDP vice-president Northern Adi Sivo Ravuwale yesterday said the delegation would be led by party leader Felix Anthony.

"They will arrive in Labasa on Saturday and will head straight to Bulileka Village before meeting our Fijian of Indian descent brothers and sisters in Boubale and Urata," she said.

"The delegation will also meet villagers of Korowiri and Tabia next week. The tour will end in Savusavu.

"This is all part of efforts to inform the people of the party's manifestos and the positive things we will do when we are elected to parliament."

Adi Sivo said they had been receiving overwhelming responses from the people in the North.

"People have been calling us and they want us to come and visit them. We have been receiving a lot of positive feedback from the northern community."








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