Bloggers, well the Methodist Church calls Vore, Mataca, Yabaki and their puppets at the NCBBF all liars and take a guess how the block-head Vore responds? He does not care because the facts speak for themselves and also the brain dead Pressie will not meet with the Methodist Church today because he is ‘too busy!’ SV asks ‘too busy sleeping?’ Nacewa is as silent as a rock because his son is banned from entering NZ. This is the culprit responsible for putting words in the mouth of the brain dead Pressie and now Vore prevents the Methodist Church from seeing Iloilo. No one in their right mind believes the figure churned out by John Samy and Co and that it why Vore will not allow any verification, but deflect criticisms with simplistic answers ‘the facts speak for themselves.’ What a bunch of losers!
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Publish date/time: 19/12/2008 [12:58]
Interim Prime Minister, Commodore Frank Bainimarama said he does not care about the comments made by the Methodist Church General Secretary, Reverend Tuikilakila Waqairatu that the NCBBF figures on the support for the People’s Charter is a total lie.
Commodore Bainimarama said the support of 92.5 percent of the people who filled in the Charter response forms speaks for itself.
He also said that President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo will also be too busy to see the Methodist Church executives who are planning to meet with him. Bainimarama said the Charter work is now complete and the next step is the political forum.
Reverend Tuikilakila Waqairatu said the figures given by the NCBBF team that 92.5 percent of the people support the draft charter is a total lie as the church’s findings showed that most of the indigenous Fijians are against the charter.
Waqairatu added they will compile a report this week before they arrange for a visit to the President to show the figures they have on those who do not support the Peoples Charter.
He added that from the forms they have collected so far, it shows that 80 percent of the Methodists in the country are behind the Church’s stance against the Charter.