FijiFirst Party Leader and former Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says let us walk a path of love and unity, guided by compassion and comforted by faith.
In his Easter message, Bainimarama says being a Christian and following Christ is not only about going to church once or twice a week or delivering a loud sermon - it is about the need to constantly strive to live our lives on a daily basis, and in all our interactions, just as Christ did.
He says Christians should not discriminate against those who are different to them - whether in looks, in religion, in colour, in ethnicity, in nationality, in province, in age or in gender.
The former Prime Minister says we must always speak the truth, be honest, humble and have compassion for all of our fellow human beings.
He also says this spirit of love and compassion, concern, welfare and equal treatment for all our fellow human beings is enshrined in the Constitution adding that we must therefore always uphold the values and spirit of the Fijian Constitution.
Bainimarama adds there is far more good to do in Fiji now more than ever before - and he prays that the spirit of love, compassion and equal treatment of all Fijians that had prevailed in Fiji over the past number of years will guide us this Easter and always.
Meanwhile, Opposition Leader Inia Seruiratu says the key messages of Easter are forgiveness, acceptance, love, blessings, prosperity and eternity.
Seruiratu says he hopes that the key messages of Easter will help us in our daily lives, in our families as responsible citizens and particularly sharing of love, so we can live harmoniously in a peaceful and prosperous Fiji.
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