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Loose Cannons

Niko Nawaikula and Mick Beddoes have one thing in common. They operate with impunity and make public statements despite SODELPA’s new media policy that only three officials – the party
29 Oct 2015 12:26
Loose Cannons

Niko Nawaikula and Mick Beddoes have one thing in common.

They operate with impunity and make public statements despite SODELPA’s new media policy that only three officials – the party president, party leader and general secretary – are allowed to make media releases.

The pair continue to comment on issues on their Facebook pages – issues that have implications for SODELPA and public perceptions about the party. Mr Beddoes was quoted two days ago by Radio New Zealand as the “spokesperson for the Fiji opposition SODELPA party” while commenting on Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa’s controversial North tour. Now, he has put out a media statement and signed it.

Mr Nawaikula also commented on a Fiji Sun article, and defended the tour. That tour has upset SODELPA officials and workers in the North.

So when will SODELPA act to rein in the two loose cannons?

 

Where’s traffic Police?

A driver who went from Suva to Nadi and Lautoka and back daytime this week reported something was missing. He said he unusually saw no sign of any traffic Police and their speed radar guns policing the road. None on the way there.

Whatever happened to stepping up efforts against speeding?

Feedback:  jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

 




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