Tabuya says SODELPA is a haunted house while Duru says Tabuya left with the horrors in the house

Tabuya says SODELPA is a haunted house while Duru says Tabuya left with the horrors in the house

By Mosese Raqio
Saturday 10/12/2022
Deputy Leader of the People’s Alliance Lynda Tabuya and SODELPA General Secretary Lenaitasi Duru

The Deputy Leader of the People’s Alliance, Lynda Tabuya has labelled SODELPA as the haunted house in a horror movie as SODELPA has decided to lodge a complaint against the People’s Alliance to try to get the PA deregistered.

While speaking at a joint rally of the People’s Alliance and National Federation Party in Tomuka, Lautoka, Tabuya says it is like watching a horror movie.

Tabuya says if they sound like a snake and move like a snake then people don’t need to wait for them to bite to realize it’s a snake.

She says the signs were shown that SODELPA was working with the FijiFirst when Tupou Draunidalo and her whole party started attacking the People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka when he was still leader for SODELPA and when former SODELPA member, Mosese Bulitavu attacked Rabuka on facebook when he was still a member of SODELPA and when the President of SODELPA wore the t-shirt with the number of FijiFirst Party Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama’s number written on it at a FijiFirst campaign meeting.

She also says when the leader of SODELPA decided not to form a coalition with the People’s Alliance and NFP, that was also a sign, and Tabuya says the bottom line is that a vote for SODELPA is a vote for the son-in-law and FijiFirst.

Meanwhile, SODELPA General Secretary, Lenaitasi Duru says Lynda Tabuya left with the horrors that was in the house along with the others that followed her.

Duru says SODELPA is a peaceful house and is ready to form the next government.

He says Tabuya is a bad sign reader and should not be making judgements.

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