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Two western chiefs back PAP

 

Nov 03, 2021 03:39:41 PM

Two western chiefs back PAP Two prominent chiefs from the western division have been named as founding members of the People’s Alliance Party.

The two prominent chiefs named amongst ten others as founding members of the Peoples Alliance are Tui Nadi Ratu Vuniyani Navuniuci and Turaga Tui Nawaka Ratu Asaeli Driu Naevo.

Other members are television personality Ajay Amrit, Kundan Singh Supermarket director Pavan Singh, businessman Dan Lobendahn and Prime Event director Keith Watkins.

Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka said in accordance with the People’s Alliance Party constitution, they have populated the founding member's list.

Rabuka said the People’s Alliance Party constitution had submitted five names of its founding members to the Registrar while getting it registered.

 “The five were the party president Ratu Vuniyani, vice president Ro Naulu Mataitini, myself as the leader, general secretary Sakiasi Ditoka and treasurer Joseva Leano,” he said.

“In accordance with our party constitution, we have populated the founding member's list. We were required to submit five names when we made our submissions to the registration.

“We had mentioned in our constitution that there will be 12 founding members of the People’s Alliance Party.

“We solicit their support in the development of policies and also in our public relations. They are well connected with the communities where they live in.

“They are of great value to us as a fledgling young political party in this very active political nation of us,” he said in a press conference.

He said the twelve founding members of the People’s Alliance are well connected in their communities and are of great value to the political party.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

 

 

 

 

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