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Praise for development

Serafina Silaitoga
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

CAKAUDROVE paramount chief and Tui Cakau Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu believes any government that initiates developments for the people should be praised.

This has been his message at recent campaigns held around the North.

Ratu Naiqama and his team were well greeted and welcomed by villagers they visited over the last two weeks.

Speaking on behalf of his team, Savenaca Kamikamica said Ratu Naiqama praised the Bainimarama government for the developments in the North.

"Ratu Naiqama told the people at his campaign that credit should be given where it is due and there was nothing wrong in doing this," Mr Kamikamica said.

"He praised this government for all the development done in Vanua Levu.

"But he still believes there are other areas that need improvement and we should work together to bring better changes."

Mr Kamikamica said the campaign was not to run down other parties or criticise anyone.

"Our campaign was merely to talk to our supporters about the importance of their votes and to choose wisely," he said.

"We reminded the iTaukei communities to be wise over their decisions and to think of our future generation."





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