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 We must all now join hands to help build a bright and sustainable future for Fiji’s children.
It is indeed a great pleasure for me to be with you all on this very special day to observe the birthday of the holy Prophet Mohammed, peace be upon him.
I am indeed greatly honoured and pleased to be here this evening to address you all and launch this remarkable volume entitled “India-Fiji: Experiences to Remember”, edited by Do Kamal Kishor Mishra and Professor Satendra Nandan.
I am delighted to be here this morning for the ANZ Pinktober Launch and Remembrance Walk. What better way to start the weekend than with a brisk walk and for such a worthy cause?
Firstly, let me stress that leadership resides in everyone. It is important to understand this because advocacy is not only for leaders but for everyone as leadership can be encouraged and developed.
This morning’s walk is significant because we have reinforced the message that good health through eating right and exercising will lead to a longer and happier life-span, irrespective of whether or not you have HIV and aids.
The people of Timor Leste for your independence had captured the imagination of every Fijian, just as it did for so many people around the world.
As Christians around the world gather to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, I extend to all Fijians both here and abroad my warmest greetings and best wishes, along with those of my family.
We gather together as a nation today to give thanks to Almighty God for the release of our 45 brave peacekeepers, who were detained for two weeks by a militant group in Syria.
From the outset, I would like to convey my sincere appreciation to the Organizers for your invitation for me to open this very important conference for Pacific Parliamentarians.
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