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‘Shine A Light: ‘We Don’t Practise Human Sacrifice’

The so-called First Nation’s Spiritual Revival Movement says it does not practise human sacrifice.
07 Sep 2020 13:57
‘Shine A Light: ‘We Don’t Practise Human Sacrifice’
Lotu Vanua leader Timoci Nacola, outside his home in Bucalevu Village in Ra. Photo: Ivamere Nataro

Lotu Vanua leader Timoci Nacola responds to claims levelled at the cult after the mysterious disappearance of Eliki Yaco Junior, also known as Tua, in Ono-i-Lau.

Mr Nacola appeared surprised when asked about the claims made on social media regarding the incident and one of his followers.

He said: “I don’t know the guy (referring to Mr Tikomaicina). I’ve never met him. Probably they follow us on social media, I accept that. But in reality, this movement does not condone any human sacrifice…To read more, subscribe to our e-edition.

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