"This is community knowledge about Jiko Luveni and because of conflict of interest she should have removed herself from the decision-making process that resulted in the suspension of Ratu Naigama Lalabalavu, Tui Cakau and Provincial leader of the Tovata Province, Fiji. His knowledge and comment was made under the following context and circumstances.
This truth is well known by the Community in the Tovata Province and the painful memories cannot be erased from the families, in one generation, who had to care for the six children caused by Jiko the “homebreaker. For Parliament to make the harsh judgment to suspend Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu for 2 years because the Speaker Jiko and the Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed Khyum did not declare conflict of Interest is justice denied to the children involved in her “home breaker” history.
Going back historically, the Luveni’s moved to 17 Hamilton Beattie, Domain Suva in 1982. Yasa and Jiko lived opposite with their 4 children – whose ages ranged from 4 – 16 yrs. The Luveni’s and Yasa had lived together and ate together because Luveni’s former wife and Jiko were close friends.
At the time, Inoke who was Commanding Officer of the Naval Base, was a Chief Engineer and was Bainimarama’s senior. In 1982, Inoke and his former wife had 2 children daughter 11yrs and son, 7 yrs. The relationship between Inoke and Jiko started when they would go golfing in the weekends leaving former the wife and Yasa to take the children to church on Sundays.
At this time there was plenty of gossip and suspicion, but Inoke always denied any allegation when asked. When Luveni’s former wife asked Jiko her answer was I am his Aunt and any sexual relationship is “tabu”. Both Inoke and Jiko denied to their respective families any culturally inappropriate behavior and their families believed them.
It was at the South Pacific Games in Noumea, Grande Terre Island, New Caledonia 1987, when the Rakai family of Luveni’s former wife said their denial was a public joke. The ________ “put it on the table” and informed Yasa who was in Sinai.
The Luveni’s divorced in the Domestic Court in January 1989 when his former wife was asked if she agreed to divorce Inoke? As a Christian she did not believe in adultery and so gave her consent. The conditions were her share of the house would go to their son, and Inoke provided maintenance for his children. His former wife refused to take maintenance from him as she knew “he had no money to spare” for her. Inoke’s mother would not have anything to do with Jiko when she caused two family breaking up, where the children, Inoke’s former wife and grandma, painfully felt the “home breaker” impact. Grandma felt for the children and Luveni’s former wife.
In the Officer’s Mess Jiko was often heard to cruelly say in public “Yasa I don’t like you because you are old!”...In 1987, after _________ informed Yasa in Sinai, of the affair between Luveni & Tiko, Yasa returned to Fiji, immediately looked for Jiko, found her attending a Dentist’s Conference and they ended up in the Police Station. Jiko and her “home breaker” ways psychologically impacted Yasa. But he got over it.
In 1989 Luveni and his former wife’s 16 -yr -old daughter was still grieving the loss of her father and said “I don’t want to see my father with another woman”. Luveni’s teenage daughter had no closure provided by him and his new wife who was perceived, especially by the Tovata community. as the cruel “home breaker”.
This explains Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu’s comment “cavuka” meaning Jiko had broken/lost her mind when her actions resulted in leaving her 4 children and Inoke his 2, for what??? Sex??? Community information cannot be denied in natural justice - only in a dictatorship Parliament, it seems.
Yasa asked Luveni’s former wife “Tau do you want your husband back again?” But she declined the offer, gracefully and said she now enjoyed her freedom and her Christian peace, often visiting her children, who take good care of her. Yasa sort political asylum in NZ with all his 4 children and is now happily married. Hopefully his happiness will bring them peace. Today Luveni’s daughter is happily married in Sydney but the wound of losing her father has left an “unresolved pain”.
Fijileaks: We are yet to get a comment from Jiko Luveni.
Questions about politicians’ conduct are getting louder and louder.
Whether they are blinded by the romance or not, the bold way they have been carrying on is now a matter of grave concern among party members.
Party talanoa sessions around the kava bowl are now dominated by discussions about the various sexual encounters involving the party’s politicians.
Is it something to do with being in Parliament? The prestige, honour and respect being misused?
Does life really start after Parliament?
You’ve heard of Mid-Life crisis? Is there such a thing called Mid-Parliament Crisis?
Mickey Bird has been bombarded with these questions from many people who have followed with interests the politicians’ sexual encounters.
Repent and forgive
Many religious members of the party put on their best attire today to go to church.
It’s one day of the week they feel spiritual and want to be close to God.
It will be especially good for those politicians caught for their recent sexual indiscretions.
If they are truly repentant, they can be forgiven.
Party members are grateful to Coconut Wireless for raising public awareness about politicians’ secret sexual indiscretion.
A third politician was on the brink of jumping on the bandwagon but stopped when their cover was blown.
Big brother is watching, says Mickey Bird.