Opposition should stop telling lies - Adimaitoga

Opposition should stop telling lies - Adimaitoga

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Saturday 26/03/2022
Assistant Minister for I-Taukei Affairs Selai Adimaitoga.

Assistant Minister for I-Taukei Affairs Selai Adimaitoga is calling on the Opposition to stop telling lies to the people of Fiji because inflation has increased all around the world due to the war in Ukraine.

While supporting the Revised 2021/2022 National Budget, Adimaitoga says the country is seeing the direct effects of COVID and the war between Russia and Ukraine.

She adds this budget is proof that the FijiFirst government listens to the people and many of the benefits were the direct feedback during the nationwide consultation.

Adimaitoga says the removal of fuel tax lifts the burden from Fijians and this is a smart move considering the current global climate.

She claims that Peopleโ€™s Alliance Party Leader Sitiveni Rabuka is the true leader for the National Federation Party.

Adimaitoga further says that the Government understands cane farmers better than the Opposition.

The Assistant Minister is urging the Opposition to stop spreading fake news because it hurts the people who believe them.

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