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Stand up, lead Fiji forward, youths told

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, August 01, 2014

PEOPLE'S Democratic Party (PDP) candidate Josaia TJ Loloma has urged the youths in the Northern Division to come out of their comfort zones and be part of his campaign to move Fiji forward.

In his campaign to the villagers of Navakuru in Cakaudrove on Monday night, Mr Loloma said it was about time youths recognised the power of integration and work together for the purpose of creating a developed and stable Fiji.

"The nation has gone through a lot of difficult times and we were the very ones that were severely affected," he said.

"Now, this is the time for youths to stand up and be at the forefront to lead the country forward. This is the time for us to collate, work together and strategise an economy that protects its people and resources."

Mr Loloma has been visiting villages in Macuata as part of his campaign.

He said there was a lot needed to be done for the people of Vanua Levu in terms of developments, something he would address if he made it to parliament.





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