Pio Tuwai

Fiji Sun - - Comments -

Sa­muela Kailawadoko,

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

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