Jone Delai mentioned he “voted for change” as a result of he, like many others in Naitasiri, continued to be plagued with transportation points.
The 49-year-old farmer mentioned he was lucky to have the ability to get transport from the place he lives in Qiolevu to vote at Adi Cakobau College.
Mr Delai mentioned transportation was an enormous problem for farmers and residents that reside round his space.
“The bus involves our space twice a day – within the morning and within the night,” he mentioned.
“College is about to return to an finish and when that occurs, there will probably be no extra buses. We’ve to seek out our personal transport to city and again. That is very exhausting for us.”
Mr Delai mentioned he hoped his vote would depend in direction of a change within the bus schedule.
“We’d like buses to go a minimum of three to 4 occasions a day. It’s costly getting our personal transport to journey to city.
“Right this moment (yesterday), as I forged my vote, it’s my hope that the federal government that is available in will permit for extra buses to run this fashion, particularly throughout faculty holidays.”