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May 12, 2010 12:00:00 AM
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E na dolava tiko na mataka e dai na koroturaga levu e Suva na Paraiminisita ni noda vanua Voreqe Bainimarama na bose ni yasana o Kadavu.

Namaki me na veivosaki taki tiko kina na nodra kauwai na lewe ni yasana e na i cavacava e gole tiko mai e na kena tawani tiko na Kadavu House.

Levu sara na vakatataro e gole tiko mai se o cei sara mada e taukena tiko na vale levu oqo.

E vica na kabani lelevu wili kina na matanitu cokovata e vuravura (UN) e ra rede tiko e na Kadavu House.

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