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Farewell for commissioners

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Thursday, July 31, 2014

ACTION speaks louder than words.

This is what Lieutenant Colonel Laisenia Tuitubou will bank on when he contests the September election under the FijiFirst banner.

He believed that he had done a lot during his three years of service as the Commissioner Central and while he was yet to complete most work, he is now ready to fight for the people.

Poor rural infrastructure, rural electrification, water projects and road upgrades are some of the major issues he would highlight when he begins his new political journey next week.

Commissioner Eastern Colonel Netani Rika also confirmed he would stand for the FijiFirst party.

Three commissioners were farewelled in Suva yesterday.








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