July 13, 2020
Tamaki offers hope not prayers for vote
Vision NZ leader Hannah Tamaki says the party isn’t religious, even though it was born out of her work in Destiny Church.
Pastor Tamaki, who is standing in Waiariki, had a busy weekend campaigning in Tāmaki Makaurau.
It included speeches at a Māori warden’s warranting ceremony and at Destiny’s ‘let’s get New Zealand back’ rally at Aotea Square.
She says her focus on traditional values is drawing people to the party.
“I’m not going out talking about my faith. I’m going out talking about family and the principles that families have, the needs on the ground with people, the unemployment, the fear that’s in people’s lives, the disillusionment with what’s being represented in parliament that hasn’t helped our people, so yes, I may be just a little wee glimmer of hope with people and that’s why I’m saying to people put hope in your vote,” she says.
Hannah Tamaki says she has more life experience than many current MPs.
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