FijiFirst Party conducts first 2018 election campaign
October 3, 2018 4:39 am
The FijiFirst Party held its first 2018 Election campaign meeting in Nakasi, Nausori last night.
Party Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama along with some proposed candidates were part of the meeting.
During the gathering, the ruling FijiFirst party heard concerns from the public regarding minimum wage rate and certain policies they wanted addressed.
Bainimarama told those present to be aware of other political parties and their motives as the campaigning period for the upcoming General Election has started.
The party leader said it is important for Fijians to beware of some politicians as they will use race as a political tool as they have done in the 2014 General Election.
Those present also praised the policies and initiatives the FijiFirst Party has implemented in the last four years.
The meeting was held at the Shree Gopal Sadhu Hanumaan Gadhi Mandir in Nakasi.