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NFP announces more candidates

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Update: 2:30PM THE National Federation Party, over an hour ago, announced four other candidates who will be contesting the General Elections under the its banner.

The four are: Kalisi Ratuwara, Anshu Lata, Etonia Lote and Anishni Chand. The fifth candidate, who will take the number of NFP candidates to 50, will be announced tomorrow.

Party leader Professor Biman Prasad said NFP could proudly claim they're the only multicultural party so far as they have a well mix of races contesting elections under its banner.

"Today's announcement is going to complete the team NFP and I've talked about the team NFP as the most credible team in this election, a team that the people of Fiji are going to trust and we are confident that with this team the NFP will be in parliament with a significant number of seats," Mr Prasad said.

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