Job well done, Fi­jiFirst

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Her­leen Emily Ku­mar, Nadi

As a youth, I have ob­served that the cur­rent Gov­ern­ment is do­ing a mar­vel­lous job to re­build Fiji.

With the cur­rent is­sues af­fect­ing our econ­omy it has no com­par­i­son to what other Govern­ments have done. Af­ter the dev­as­ta­tion of Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Win­ston, the Gov­ern­ment has done its best to reach out to the poor and needy in worst-hit ar­eas. Many have re­ceived food ra­tions, hous­ing loans/as­sis­tance and also the ini­tia­tive of the Fiji Na­tional Prov­i­dent Fund to help its mem­bers. De­spite the de­struc­tion caused by Win­ston many Fi­jians are for­tu­nate to have some shel­ter and food to sus­tain their sur­vival. It was also a sur­pris­ing mo­ment for me, as a youth, to see the many in­ter­na­tional as­sis­tance pro­vided by other coun­tries. This in­deed shows the re­la­tion­ship our Gov­ern­ment has main­tained.

All in all let us all be thank­ful for what we have and stop com­plain­ing about small is­sues. This is our Gov­ern­ment and this is the Gov­ern­ment that will lead us to a pros­per­ous and healthy fu­ture. I salute you, sir Bain­i­marama. Vi­naka vakalevu for the hard work.

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