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Gavoka and Vosarogo believe that different constituencies will deliver votes to win the 2022 general elections

Gavoka and Vosarogo believe that different constituencies will deliver votes to win the 2022 general elections

By Iva Danford
Saturday 28/11/2020
SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka and Deputy Leader Filimoni Vosarogo.

Newly elected SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka and Deputy Leader Filimoni Vosarogo say they believe that their different constituencies will deliver them the votes to win the 2022 general elections.

This comes after Fijivillage asked them if they were confident to bring in the same amount of votes as the former leader Sitiveni Rabuka in the last elections.

Gavoka says they will not be having national candidates as it has caused a lot of duplication in their efforts.

Speaking after the party AGM today, the newly elected leader had stressed to supporters that there will be no more factions but for them to focus on issues.

Gavoka says a lot of people want to join SODELPA but because of the factions, it is hard for people to join the party.

Meanwhile, the newly elected Deputy Leader Filimoni Vosarogo says his job is to make sure that the right strategies are implemented and they believe in their ability to pull the strings of the party together.



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