Fijileaks: We must know their names, their ethnicities, their family backgrounds, the courses they were doing, Universities they were attending, and where they are now?
*Prasad claims that he found out that $190 million was paid out to students who never completed their studies. Who are these students?
Where are they now? Are they in employment in Fiji?
*Have they migrated, and are now in employment overseas?
*Who the hell is BILL GAVOKA to hold the Coalition (and the TAXPAYERS) to ransom, by demanding $650million be wiped out?
*In 2010, our Founding Editor-in-Chief spent a year analysing the National Bank of Fiji DEBTORS LIST and was shocked that Chiefs, Thieves, and Coupists were the major culprits who stole over $450million from the NBF, bankrupting Fiji's national bank under Coupist Rabuka.
*We demand that the names of 53,750 student TELS debtors be published, so we can hold them to account, and PUT SODELPA leader BILL GAVOKA on trial for extorting $650million from the TAXPAYERS. Sitiveni Rabuka and Biman Prasad should be held accountable.
The TELS LOAN DEBTS remind us of the NBF Loans Scandal. To date no one has been held to account, including Coupist RABUKA
In 2010 I enlarged, in 16 instalments in C4/5, the backgrounds of individuals, coupists, companies, chiefs, thieves, politicians, and provincial councils who stole thousands and millions from the National Bank of Fiji and disappeared into the sunset. The principal culprit who disappeared with them was Sitiveni Rabuka. He disappeared after losing the 1999 general election with his side-kick and NFP leader Jai Ram Reddy, and became chairman of the Great Council of Chiefs.
Qeleni Holdings Ltd owed $716,748 to collapsed National Bank of Fiji
NBF DEBTORS LIST: It was only when I researched into the background of companies listed as debtors that I was shocked to find out that many of the companies were owned by some prominent chiefs and their families.
*Rabuka is yet to explain why the Ganilau family's Qeleni Holdings was paid $F650,000 to buy off from the family the Prime Minister's (Rabuka's) new residence in 1993 when the Government valuer had estimated its value at $F465,000?