THE RABUKA-NBF LOAN nexus resurfaces as Rajendra Chaudhry throws questions at NFP president Tupou Draunidalo over her late father's $156,605 loan from the collapsed bank; Victor Lal's statement!
In 2010, I published, in 22 parts, the names and lengthy profiles of all those who defaulted on their National Bank of Fiji (NBF) loans, resulting in Fiji losing $200 million, at least according to the paper trail confiscated by police and the DPP’s Office, then led by Nazhat Shameem. Among them was NFP president Tupou Draunidalo's father, the late Savenaca Draunidalo; he was second-in-command when Sitiveni Rabuka overthrew Tupou's step- father Dr Timoci Bavadra in the 1987 coup. It has been brought to our notice that recently Rajendra Chaudhry, while defending Rabuka's leadership of SODELPA not only reminded Tupou (if we may address her by her first name) on his Facebook of her father's role in the Rabuka coup but also directed her to the link below in Coupfourpointfive blog about Savenaca Draunidalo listed as owing $156,605. On 9 June 2010 Tupou had written to Coupfourpointfive claiming that her father had paid every cent after selling his house, and asked the editor to ask me to contact her father's lawyer Virend Kapadia. She also took a swipe at me, "Very lazy work, Victor Lal". Kapadia had declined to answer any questions from me, citing lawyer-client confidentiality. "I cannot disclose details to you unless authorized by Mr Draunidalo’s wife who is the executrix of his Estate. The matter was settled and monies paid to the Bank accordingly."
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8/12/2016 09:43:50 pm
I think 156 Thousand is about 15% of a Million. Get the Point?
8/12/2016 09:49:16 pm
Rajend C’s post is very, very defamatory towards the President of the NFP.
Chota Daaku Indeed
11/12/2016 12:15:08 pm
This is classic in fiji - if it moves, then sue!!!
9/12/2016 11:43:52 am
Fiji has been ruled by men since Independence, I think its time that we give the opportunity to our women to lead.
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