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Task ahead wouldn’t be easy: Rabuka

Prime Minister Sitiven Rabuka says the task ahead for his Coalition Government would not be easy.

Rabuka while speaking to Ministry of Foreign Affairs said now that he is back in the office as the Prime Minister, it will be much more difficult than the first time.

“But the first time, I was allowed to make mistakes because I didn’t know.”

“Rome was not built in the day, and rebuilding Rome took a lot longer than it took to build Rome.”

“So now, at the beginning of our journey together in this ministry, I call on everyone to be loyal, serve peacefully, serve diligently and look after the people you’re supposed to be looking after.”

“I know nobody expects me to make any mistakes, so I’m very cautious.”

“We have to be very cautious and if people think we are too slow in doing what we’re doing, we ask you all to be patient with us,” he said.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports |


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