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'Bread and butter'

Nishant Singh, Lautoka
Friday, November 24, 2017

I BELIEVE the majority of the political parties are reassuring the public that they will immediately address "bread and butter" issues affecting Fiji if voted into power next year.

Irrespective of whichever party enters the corridors of Parliament and assumes authority, can they please, please revise the price of our beloved Rewa butter (the yummiest in the world) and make it affordable again.

Oh and perhaps consider decreasing the price of bread as well?

Please include this in your vibrant and sometimes too good to be true manifestos and you will have my desired vote.

There you go — one "bread and butter" issue to deal with next year.

Long loaf coated with a generous slab of Rewa butter dipped in tea — every Fijian's dream.

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