Lot of lies being told: Bainimarama
September 12, 2014 8:15 pm
Prime Minister and FijiFirst Leader Voreqe Bainimarama says as part of his campaign – apart from going out there to win votes, he is also trying to correct the lies spread by other politicians.
Speaking on FBC TV’s 4 The Record last night Bainimarama says a lot of lies has been spread about the programs carried out by his government.
Bainimarama says he is telling the people in the rural areas that this is a very important election for them and they need to make the right choice.
“I want to clear and tell the people listen to me let me tell you what is exactly happening in our country with regards to the economy, with regards to the Land Bank, with regards to the Constitution and so when you vote, you don’t have to be lied to – to make that tick. And its most unfair I have been telling them where I go to, whenever I speak to the people I tell them that it is most unfair when people – supposedly people who have held positions in the government – Ratu’s and Adi’s and they sit down with the community and they tell them this is what is happening – knowing full well that most of our people in the rural areas have not read the constitution so they interpret the constitution in such a way to get the people feeling very shaky about what we have done – the government that is – so on that note they say don’t vote for FijiFirst – there are lot of lies being spread so I go around and tell them – this is what is in the Constitution."
Bainimarama says this opportunity to choose a government won’t come around for the next four years.