Commander Mosese Tikoitoga Fisher
We the people of Fiji thank you sincerely for your assurance that the Republic of Fiji Military Forces will look after the best interest of all citizens in Fiji. We thank you for your word given that the RFMF will accept the outcome of the National Elections and work with the government elected by the people.
We know that you haven’t had the best of times since getting into the position of Commander, but so far we have all been pleased to see a level headed man of integrity that has shown real leadership. Your cool composure whilst the 45 sons of Fiji were held captive in the Golan Heights showed you as an inspirational, caring and persistent leader. You were calm and realized the importance of allaying the fears of all the people of Fiji whose hearts were in tangles the moment we heard of the capture of our brave sons.
The comments by the Sodelpa Party Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa that you were a great Commander on straight Talk debate between herself and PM Frank Bainimarama yesterday is an indication that the people of Fiji who have been praying for Fiji this past 7.5 years have had their prayers answered with your appointment as a respectable and trusted Commander.
Thank you for the Force March of your soldiers tomorrow ( Tuesday the 16th of September, 2014) around Suva where we understand they will have guns on display, and people like Frank Bainimarama and other goons like him will be informed that YOU ARE THE COMMANDER and that Frank’s statements that he wishes to put back on the uniform of the Commander is just wishful thinking on his part.
We pray that you will remain strong and continue to show the wisdom and integrity that you have displayed so far.
We are sure you will be assured of the words of Ro Teimumu that is no doubt shared by the other political parties that ‘soldiers just follow orders’ and that the blame for the 2006 coup is simply on the person that was at the Head of the Military and that gave the command or the order for the coup to be carried out.
To the people of Fiji, be assured that our soldiers are with us! Their march tomorrow must be welcomed and is a welcome sign of solidarity in a clear and transparent electoral process that respects the wishes of the people. May God Bless Fiji.