The Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum with Minister for Lands, Ashneel Sudhakar together with leaders from all faith-based groups and members of the public attended a prayer vigil in remembrance of the Christchurch victims in New Zealand’s at the Holy Trinity Cathedral
in Suva today.

While speaking at the special gathering, A-G reminded all Fijians as a nation, we are brothers and sisters irrespective of our faiths and irrespective of our place of worship.

“We must treat everyone equally regardless of race, ethnicity or religion and we must learn to love one another.”

The Fiji Council of Churches held a vigil by lighting 50 candles representing the 50 innocent lives that were lost.

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