TUI Ba Ratu Sairusi Nagagavoka told chiefs at the Bose ni Turaga that he has witnessed a big difference in the leadership style of chiefs in the last 88 years.
Ratu Sairusi said the chiefly leadership in Fiji now was like a train heading towards a broken bridge with the driver trying to bring it to a halt. Speaking in Fijian, he said the driver knew if the train went over the bridge it would be fatal for him and his passengers.
Ratu Sairusi told chiefs that the circumstances facing Fiji was different to incidents of the past. Ratu Sairusi said taukei government’s in the past had failed to show good leadership and over time had become arrogant. He said this sort of leadership should not be accepted. He told chiefs that they played a crucial role in developing Fiji and they could determine the prosperity of this land.
Ratu Sairusi said well educated people should be elected into the government.
You said it right, Chief.
And so was your ready acceptance of your brand new house, a ‘gift of goodwill’ by a foreign govt @ the people’s expense. If that was not a form of corruption, then what is?
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