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Govt can’t stop us from winning: Prasad


May 19, 2022 11:17:38 AM

Govt can’t stop us from winning: Prasad National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad says the government won’t be able to stop them and the People’s Alliance from winning this year’s general election.

Prasad said the lies spread by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama during his official tours around the country won’t stop the two parties from winning this year’s election.

“We are ready for the 2022 general election and ready to form the new government after this year’s general election,” he said.

“The new government that would be formed after the election would be the People’s Alliance and the National Federation Party.

“No matter the lies being spread by Bainimarama during his official tour around the country, won’t stop the two parties from winning this year’s election.

“Whether he is giving rugby ball, attending prefect inductions or using state media, they won’t stop us from winning this year’s election,” he said.

He said every people that speak to needs a change in government.

“We have travelled around the country talking to villagers, farmers, people in the settlements and union members, all of them are saying they need a change in government,” he said.

“People can see this change within the People’s Alliance and National Federation Party. We have a strong and historical pattern partnership.

“The partnerships between the two political parties are going to save this country from further disaster. It would require working with our people and giving them freedom.

“Disaster that the Bainimarama government has left this country into would require visionary leadership. There would be a need to put policies where it matters,” he said.

He said the two parties will be putting out their visions of this country when the time is appropriate.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

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