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Tui Macuata for President: PM


Oct 21, 2021 10:08:48 AM

Tui Macuata for President: PM Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama will move Tui Macuata Ratu Wiliame Katonivere’s name on the floor of Parliament tomorrow to be the next president of Fiji.

Bainimarama in a statement on social media said Ratu Wiliame has accepted his nomination to assume the nation's presidency.

He said he has known Ratu Wiliame as one of the fiercest defenders of the ocean and of the right of Fiji's future generations to live in a clean, safe and natural environment.

“As the traditional leader of Macuata, he has served as a steward of our Great Sea Reef, the third-largest barrier reef in the world,” he said.

“Together, in 2018, we drew a firm blue line of sustainable management to defend that vital ocean ecosystem, protecting the home of 55 per cent of the known coral reef fish in Fiji.

“Also this helped in protecting 74 per cent of our known corals, and 40 per cent of all the known marine species in our islands.

“His vision of a better and bluer Fiji is the vision of your government for every Fijian in every province of the country,” he said.

Bainimarama said his own words convey his passion for the life-giving importance of our ocean better than I could hope to do.

"For every Fijian who was brought up by the ocean, the first thing we see when we grow up is the reef. It prompts us to ask, what the importance of the reef is,” Ratu Wiliame said.

“In my qoliqoli, the Great Sea Reef is not only a source of life, but it is also a sanctuary for us, for the fish, and all marine life. That is why it matters to me.

“I wish to see those old glory days, when we have enough food, enough fish to eat, we will still have our pristine forests, and cleaner water runs through our streams,” he said.

He said it was not an easy decision for Ratu Wiliame to leave his sanctuary in Naduri Village.

“I know it was not an easy decision for him to leave his sanctuary in Naduri Village and I am grateful that he has offered his service to the nation as our nominee for President,” he said.

“I cannot imagine a worthier successor to the proud mantle of leadership that current President Jioji Konrote has established at home as a pillar of national unity and abroad.

“For the sake of our people, our environment, and our future generations, it is a vision we will march towards together should his nomination succeed,” he said.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka


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