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Party officials answer queries at family fun day

Ana Madigibuli
Sunday, July 27, 2014

FIJIFIRST party members and supporters were treated to a day of fun and entertainment during the FijiFirst Family Fun Day at Sukuna Park yesterday.

About 500 people were part of the fun day at the park where booths were manned by party officials who answered queries on party policies and general questions about the September election.

FijiFirst general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said it was a special day for everyone as the party gave the public an opportunity to enjoy the fun activities offered at the park.

"We have our candidates who are walking around and we have pamphlets, brochures and T-shirts that people can have access to," Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said.

"FijiFirst is all about putting the family and country first."

FijiFirst supporter Vara Cakau said she had brought her whole family to be part of the fun day and to see the new party candidates too.

"We came all the way from Nausori this morning (Saturday) because we wanted to know more about the party and what they stood for," Mrs Cakau said.

"The children enjoyed themselves with the activities and the food and the live entertainment."





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