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Divide and rule is not the tactic for growth: Kumar

October 30, 2018 12:38 am

The FijiFirst does not believe in divide and rule but is a party the focuses on stability, equality and security.

Highlighting this during a campaign meeting in Suva yesterday, candidate, Premila Kumar claims the FijiFirst has united this country unlike other parties.

Kumar says the ruling party has bought policies to the floor that benefits all Fijians and racially aligned.

“There was a time when we used to vote and needed to get into three lines that was divided between i-Taukei, indo-Fijians and others – that is how we voted. Vote and rule applied during election and that continued even when policies were made.”

Kumar adds Fiji needs to work together to achieve growth in all facets.
She says to run a country Fijians need to be united because the progress Fiji has achieved would not be a reality if we are divided.

Kumar was speaking to close to two hundred and fifty youths that were gathered at Laucala Beach.

Amongst the candidates present were Anne Dunn, Reginald Jokhan, Youth Wing leader, Naziah Ali, Employment Minister, Jone Usamate and Party Secretary General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.