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Land development

Nicolette Chambers
Wednesday, August 23, 2017

THE villagers of Natogadravu in Tailevu were yesterday told by Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama that their move to develop their land would pave the way for new developments for Fijians.

Mr Bainimarama made the comment while officiating at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Natogadravu Subdivision yesterday.

He said by pursuing this development, the people of Natogadravu were not only empowering their community, but were giving more Fijian people the chance of benefitting.

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