Fiji First party give honour and glory back to God for the victory to form the new government during a thanksgiving service at ANZ stadium in Suva last Sunday.
Thousands of supporters from western to eastern part of Fiji from all races join the thanksgiving service.
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said he was so thankful to the people of Fiji for having trust on him to lead Fiji into new and true democracy.
“I will lead the new government to serve the nation and I am deeply honoured and humble for your trust invested upon me to lead the new government into new and true democracy.
“We will govern the wellbeing of all Fijians for all Fijians to a better future, a future that based on unity, equality and most importantly with compassion and love,” he told thousands of supporters.
He said his government task ahead is to continue with the reform and build on what they have started for the past eight years.
“We will double our efforts to provide services on every part of the country and I call on everyone no matter who they vote for to join him in the mission to put Fiji into the world where it should be,” he said.
Prime Minister Bainimarama also acknowledges the Republic of Fiji Military Force who stood with him since 2000 who stood for the ideal of true democracy.
“It is their version, perseverance, sacrifices and legacy that leads Fiji to democracy,” he added.
Mr Bainimarama acknowledges the Fiji Electoral Commission and the Multinational Observer Group for ensuring the election run extremely well.
He also wishes to thanks his party candidates for their hard work.
He said it was unfortunate for them but he assures them that their hard work will not be forgotten.
Meanwhile the Prime Minister he will leave for New York to attend the United National general meeting this week.
He said he is expected to deliver the message at the UN meeting that Fiji has accomplished what he has been promising.
“I have promised the International community to bring Fiji into true democracy and I kept that promise,” he said.
Mr Bainimarama after the thanksgiving service offered his time to meet the supporters from young and old with laughter, shaking hands and photographs.
By Charles Kadamana