The Methodist Church of Fiji Indian Division is urging the people of Fiji to lend their full support to the government to make peace and progress in Fiji.
In his new year’s message the Church Indian Divisional Superintendent-Reverend William Lucas says government is fully committed to bring peace by bringing multiracialism in Fiji.
Reverend Lucas says one of the best resolution people can make for the new year is to work towards peace, harmony and stability by supporting the government.
He also says parents should try and spend more quality time at home with their families as many times children are neglected by elders at home.
Reverend Lucas says no amount of domestic violence and fighting in homes could bring peace in a family and everyone must ensure that the coming new year is kept free of abusive and assault incidents.
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