NFP boasts of family-friendly policies

Natioal Federation Party leader Professor Biman Prasad shares a light moment with fellow party candidate Pio Tikoduadua during their meeting with Sawani supporters. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

NATIONAL Federation Party president Pio Tikoduadua labelled their manifesto a family-friendly manifesto. Speaking at the party’s manifesto launch at Vunimono Hall in Nausori on Thursday night, Mr Tikoduadua said the party was a strong advocate for social justice and genuine democracy.

“This manifesto is family-friendly, it’s for the hardships you have faced for the last 12 years and this is the change you have all been waiting for, it’s about your family and the families in Fiji.

“We are the voice of the voiceless and not advocates of the rich, but it is our duty to make sure that the rich and famous will do their duty to the people,” Mr Tikoduadua said. Teaming up with party leader Professor Biman Prasad, he said with the combination of the 51 candidates in the party, they would make landfall after November 14.

“With the turnout of supporters tonight, this shows that Rewa, Naitasiri and Tailevu have spoken, people want change and we assure you all that change is coming. “When we look at the crowd it gives us so much courage that we are going to change the leadership come November 14,” Mr Tikoduadua said.

Hundreds of people from the two major ethnic groups were present at the manifesto launch including supporters from the Western Division.

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