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League support

Luke Rawalai
Monday, September 01, 2014

THE Fiji Catholic Women's League has expressed their well wishes to fellow member and SODELPA leader Ro Teimumu Kepa.

Speaking during the league's annual general meeting in Solevu, Bua former president Sulita Nasila said the league was proud of their member.

Mrs Nasila said the league believed people's choices were their own business come voting day.

Mrs Nasila said they were proud of Ro Teimumu's involvement and that she was a benchmark to women within the league and the country.

She said more women were needed to participate at the country's decision-making tables.

Speaking to women during the AGM, Mrs Nasila said who they chose during the election was their own choice.

Mrs Nasila told league members their appreciation of Ro Teimumu's achievement did not mean that they were trying to tell them to vote for her.

She said the choice to vote for a person was up to each individual.

When approached for a comment Ro Teimumu said she was at the league meeting for religious reasons only and not to campaign.





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