16th December 12:26 AM
NFP hands in names of 51 Provisional Candidates to the Fijian Elections Office
By Timoci Qaranivalu
Friday 12/10/2018

The National Federation Party has handed in the names of their 51 Provisional Candidates to the Fijian Elections Office.

Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says that the nominations that NFP has given complies with the requirements of the Electoral Act.

Saneem also stated that SODELPA has also re‑submitted the names of their provisional candidates and have abided by the requirements under the law.

He adds that SODELPA has produced a bank cheque and they have started processing the nominations to verify them under the Electoral Act.

The Supervisor of Elections says that so far they have received 3 party nominations and they are waiting for the other parties to submit their nominations.

FijiFirst submitted their nominations on Monday.

Nominations close on the 15th of this month.

NFP’s 51 proposed candidates include:

  1. Professor Biman Prasad
  2. Pio Tikoduadua
  3. Ajay Kumar
  4. Aman Nath
  5. Anshu Lata
  6. Apenisa Vatuniveivuke
  7. Bal Subramani
  8. Davendra Naidu
  9. Diana Tagivakatini
  10. Feroz Gulam Mohammed
  11. Herbert Pickering
  12. Jiosefa Gavidi
  13. Kavai Vunidogo
  14. Kiniviliame Salabogi
  15. Lenora Qereqeretabua
  16. Leslie Tikotikoca
  17. Manav Ram
  18. Manasa Baravilala
  19. Michael Brown
  20. Narendra Reddy
  21. Parmod Chand
  22. Pradeep Chandra
  23. Prem Singh
  24. Priyanka Ram
  25. Pushp Dass
  26. Raj Kumar Rattan
  27. Rajan Sami
  28. Dr Richard Wah
  29. Riddhi Damodar
  30. Samuela Naicegucegu
  31. Sandhya Bajpai
  32. Satya Shandil
  33. Shalendra Raj
  34. Shanal Shivan
  35. Sila Balawa
  36. Tuinadave Radogo
  37. Veniana Salabogi
  38. Waisale Kanavo
  39. William Lee
  40. Attar Singh
  41. Osea Umuumulovo
  42. Semi Titoko
  43. Dr. Sunil Kumar
  44. Charan Jeath Singh
  45. Pasepa Lagi
  46. Amol Kumar
  47. Anendra Prasad
  48. Rajneesh Lata Charan
  49. Seni Nabou
  50. Siddiq Faizal Koya
  51. Kamal Iyer.
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