Our opponents lust for power is so great that no lie is too low for them because they are afraid – Bainimarama

Our opponents lust for power is so great that no lie is too low for them because they are afraid – Bainimarama

By Vijay Narayan
Tuesday 15/11/2022
FijiFirst Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama

FijiFirst Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama says their opponents lust for power is so great that no lie is too low for them, and this is being done because they are afraid.

Bainimarama says FijiFirst has had an amazing past week on the field in the Nausori Suva Lami corridor and throughout the west and the north with Fijians who want the FijiFirst government working for the country.

He says they have heard people’s gratitude for the support they have given those who need it most, they have heard people’s interest in real change and real policies that take on the real challenges people face, they have heard people’s interest to hear and know the truth, they have heard people’s concerns about bias in the media and the lies and the information spread by their opponents about the economy, iTaukei land, debt, secular state and the attacks against the institutions.

Bainimarama says despite what their opponents are saying, people know what they have done and they will show it on the 14th of December.



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