Party leader ‘honoured’ to lead supporters

The Peoples’ Alliance party leader Sitiveni Rabuka enjoys a dance number with the Sabeto Entertainment Group members during the Festival Rally at Nair Dais in Nadi. Picture: BALJEET SINGH

The People’s Alliance party leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he has confidence in the individuals who have put their hands up to join the movement in the upcoming general election.

During a rally in Nadi over the weekend, he informed supporters and the public that he was honoured to be leading a group of talented Fijians in the fight to win and lead.

“I’m here tonight to say that I’m not doing it alone,” Mr Rabuka said.

“I’m honoured to be leading at this time and I have confidence in these ladies and gentlemen and they’re here because they have confidence in me.

“I hope I have inspired confidence in the people who have come to work with me.”

The former prime minister has also called on the party candidates’ family members, volunteers, kinsmen and relatives to offer them their support in the coming election.

“It’s not going to be easy, never going to be easy anyway. Somebody has got to do it and we have put our hands up, we are The People’s Alliance.”

About 100 supporters gathered for the rally at the Nair Dais in Nadi Town on Saturday evening.

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