People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says as we celebrate the 52nd year of independence as a nation, every Fijian who played a role in society needs to be congratulated for building our country from what it was 52 years ago and to what it is today.
Rabuka says while celebrating Fiji Day, we also need to respect the lives of those who have worked to build our nation and have moved on but have left their mark and fingerprints on what Fiji has become.
He says we need to lift the tempo and perform and do well as they have done, and dream of doing better for the betterment of our future.
He adds every leader in the country should be acknowledged for their part in leading our country from every obstacle.
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