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Unity Fiji Leader says no more pointing fingers

November 3, 2018 5:10 am

Political party leaders should lead and not criticize other political parties.

While speaking during the Unity Fiji rally in Suva this morning, Party Leader Savenaca Narube says Fijians have had enough of political criticism and it’s about time leaders pave the way forward.

Narube says now is not the time to accuse, point fingers and blame other political parties.

“Enough of calling names, enough of telling people that they are saying lies, I think it’s time for leaders of this country to stand up and to show everyone that they are leaders, criticize, I think the people have has enough of that, that’s enough! A leader must stand up and show us the direction.”

Narube says Unity Fiji will focus on getting the economy back on track when they will lead the government because growing from debts will only cripple our economy.

Meanwhile, the Unity Party’s manifesto focuses on free education, unity for all and better quality of life.

A total of 29 candidates under the Unity Fiji banner will stand in this year’s general election.