Proposed Fiji First collects over 2000 signatures
Taken from/By: FBC News
Report by: Savaira Tabua
More than 2000 signatures have been collected by the proposed Fiji First as it works towards becoming registered as a political party.
Signatures have been collected along the Suva-Nausori corridor proposed Fiji First spokesperson Sylvester Joseph says -one of the niggling issues are Fijians turning up without voter ID cards.
“When you coming to town carry your card with you and you will be able to put in your signatures and fulfil what you need to do.”
Representatives from the proposed Fiji first –including Voreqe Bainimarama will leave for the West this afternoon, visiting villages along the Kings highway.
They are also expected to seek signatures in the Yasawas.