COMING SOON: GANPATGATE at Solomon Islands National University
The 1987 Sitiveni Rabuka RACIST COUPS
POLICE Report 133/07/20 to Totogo Police Station: 'It is alleged that during the month of October 1987, Khaiyum and his associates organized the making and detonation of home made bombs around the island of Viti Levu in order to injure and harm known indigenous Fijian targets, sympathetic to the interim government, following the coups of May and September, 1987 by the then Lieitenant Colonel Sitiveni Rabuka'.
Fijileaks: Her father and other racist nationalists who went around beating, raping, and terrorizing Indo-Fijians and other native Fijian opponents of the 1987 coups, were legitimate and fair targets after coup. In any case, Rabuka, his supporters, and his opponents, were granted IMMUNITY by the then Governor-General Ratu Sir Penaia Ganilau in 1988. That IMMUNITY was carried into 1990, 1997, and 2013 Fiji Constitutions
A former Land Transport Authority Manager and a current employee were produced in the Nasinu Magistrates Court yesterday charged with corruption-related offences. Former manager (Road Safety and Education) Adi Vakacegu Ramanakiwai Veronika Malani (above photo) and current LTA Customer Service Officer Arieta Likuivalu appeared before Magistrate Sufia Hamza. Both women are charged by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) with two counts each of obtaining financial advantage and general dishonesty – causing a loss. In October 2017, it is alleged that Malani approved accountable advance claims allegedly prepared and submitted by Likuivalu under the names of two other LTA staff. Malani obtained financial advantages of $1925 for herself and $250 for Likuivalu.Their actions are alleged to have caused a loss of $2240 to LTA. FICAC lawyer Adrian Sharma said first phase disclosures had been served and he had no objections to their bail. The women were released on $2000 cash bail with two sureties each who were individually bonded for $1000.They were ordered to surrender their travel documents; a stop departure order was issued against them and they were to report to the FICAC office twice a month. They were warned not to re-offend whilst on bail and not to interfere with FICAC witnesses.Their case has been adjourned to November 4, 2020. Source: The Fiji Sun.