If a party tells you that they will bring back the GCC, they know they will not win the election – Bainimarama
We know the people will choose us to run the Govt again – FFP Leader

If a party tells you that they will bring back the GCC, they know they will not win the election – Bainimarama

We know the people will choose us to run the Govt again – FFP Leader

By Navitalai Naivalurua , Rusiate Baleilevuka
Wednesday 16/11/2022
[Photo: supplied]

FijiFirst Leader Voreqe Bainimarama says with election day drawing near, the lies from the opposition continue to grow.

While speaking at the FijiFirst Rally at Syria Park in Nausori today, Bainimarama says they know people will choose them to run the government for the next four years.

He urges the people that whenever a party talks about a particular policy, ask them to dissect that information so a person can know and understand if that person knows what they are talking about.

Bainimarama says if a party tells you that they will bring back the Great Council of Chiefs, they will clear Fiji’s debt or talk about land issues, they are trapping you so they can get your vote and they know they cannot win the election.

He says they have been campaigning in the Suva and Nausori corridor enlightening people about the truth which is very important during this time.

Bainimarama says a lot of parties have been raising the issue of Fiji’s debt but have not explained why the government needed to take loans and the reasons behind it.

He believes that his government has set out plans in the last eight years about loans for Fiji.

The Fiji First Leader also confirms that two of their vehicles that has their banner were stoned in Tavua and Nausori however Police have arrested the people involved.

Bainimarama also says that other parties continue to spread lies and he referred to an Indian (Turaga Ni India) captain at the RFMF who always said in the iTaukei language “Kakua ni rerebaka na rere” which translates to “Do not be scared of fear”.


Click here for full Elections Coverage




Latest Videos

Stay tuned for the latest news on our radio stations

CFL radio frequencies
IN DEPTH
Womens Rugby World Cup 2022
Quarter-final qualification is now the goal for the Rooster Chicken Fijiana 15’s following their 21-17 victory against South Africa.
103 days ago

Queen Elizabeth II passes away
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.
133 days ago

Fiji wins Melrose Cup after 17 years
Fiji wins the RWC 7s title after 17 year drought
135 days ago
FEATURE NEWS
Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum received $304,453.08 during COVID year – Amrit
Fijian Broadcasting Corporation Board Chairman, Ajay Bhai Amrit has today revealed that sacked CEO of FBC Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum received $304,453.08 dur...
5 hours ago
LATEST NEWS
Police seek help in identifying man whose body was found near the Vatuwaqa Bridge
Police are seeking assistance in identifying a man whose body was found near the Vatuwaqa Bridge this morning. Police are still at the ...
3 hours ago

Two men in custody for alleged burglary case in Lautoka
Quick response by the K9 Unit in Vitogo resulted in the arrest of two men involved in an alleged burglary case in Matawalu, Lautoka. The report ...
4 hours ago

Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum should consider himself as part of a bad history for the Fijian economy – Prof.Prasad
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Professor Biman Prasad says he is getting on with the job of fixing the economic mess that former ...
4 hours ago

Arts Village swimming hotspot re-opened
One of the swimming hotspots, the Tiki Pool and Bar at the Arts Village in Pacific Harbour is now re-opened for families and friends after a lapse of ...
4 hours ago

Health Ministry welcomes any help with open arms - Dr Lalabalavu
It has been a while since any Board of Visitors has had an audience with the Health Minister, especially in the headquarters and entertain the board ...
5 hours ago

TOP