It will be an honour for me to see a great servant of Fijian Rugby 7s, like Pio Tuwai, run onto the field at So Kon Po Stadium in Hong Kong, China.
His adventurous style of Fijian rugby, his side-step, weaves and to carve his way through the opposition gets the crowd in a frenzy and appreciation for his skills.
In my opinion, he is one of the best 7s forwards I have ever seen. Pio will again deliver in Hong Kong. our caring FijiFirst Government is doing a great job covering all and every sector of our country to indiscriminately assist all those Fijians.
For the sake of accountability, I would like to ask our Government whip, Inia Seruiratu, to question Ro Teimumu for an explanation and justify the matter in our next Parliament sitting. Did they, at the SODELPA house, really do it?
Is brother Joseph Mataika revealing a fact that the name of Jesus Christ is removed from the opening prayer of our parliament’s sittings and functions? This is news to me as I believe all Christian Parliamentarians including the Honorable Prime Minister will never leave out the name of Jesus when praying, despite Fiji being a secular state. The Bible is clear that we pray to the Father and end our supplication in the name of Jesus. If we insist on praying without following