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True colors of FijiFirst revealed: Nabou

National Federation Party General Secretary Seni Nabou claims the FijiFirst Party leaders do not know what they are doing and are now showing their true colors.

Nabou in a statement said the decision by Leader of Opposition and FFP Leader Voreqe Bainimarama to nominate the former Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to the Constitutional Offices Commission and then withdraw his name a day after shows they are lashing out with lies to cover up their incompetence and at the same time have no one to help them.

“All their business cronies have abandoned them.”

“The former Attorney-General fell into a trap under the very Constitution he wrote, while their leader, as he gets more frustrated, goes to his usual mode of bullying and threats.”

“Frank Bainimarama appointed Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to the Constitutional Offices Commission. Aiyaz forgot that this disqualified him as a Parliamentarian. So out he went.”

“Then FFP said this was a strategy for Aiyaz to work outside Parliament. But Aiyaz again forgot the law. As a public officer, he could not be secretary of Fiji First. So now FFP changes course again. Now Aiyaz will leave the COC,” she said.

Nabou went on to question whether this was the quality of legal advice the Fiji Government rested on for 16 years.

She said the FijiFirst should take the time to learn about life in Opposition.

“They should learn about how to create a real political party, not the same two-man band that the people of Fiji have thrown out,” she added.

Ilaitia Ravuwai
Ilaitia Ravuwai
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