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New Leader Qiliho Farewells Ex-Commissioner Groenewald

The Acting Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho yesterday farewelled the former Police Commissioner, Ben Groenewald. He said before the farewell, they had a very good meeting. Brigadier-General Qiliho said
17 Nov 2015 10:05
New Leader Qiliho Farewells Ex-Commissioner Groenewald
Outgoing Commissioner of Police Major General Bernadus Groenewald and the Acting Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho at the Fiji Police Headquarters yesterday.

The Acting Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho yesterday farewelled the former Police Commissioner, Ben Groenewald.
He said before the farewell, they had a very good meeting.
Brigadier-General Qiliho said Mr Groenewald was a true policeman.
“I was happy with the handing-over process and I was pleased with the discussions held with the outgoing Commissioner of Police,” Brigadier-General Qiliho said.
The Acting Commissioner and his senior officers also hosted the outgoing Commissioner to a farewell morning tea thanking him for his time in office.
In addressing those present, the outgoing Commissioner called on senior officers to support the Acting Commissioner.
“I will leave this office today without any hard feelings to any person. Thank you for the 18 months that we have worked together and yes at times we did differ, but we differed to the betterment of the organisation,” he said.
He urged all officers to suppport the acting Commissioner because they had a common goal.
Ending his spech he said – “May God bless you all and your acting Commissioner of Police”.
Brigadier-General Qiliho said he would be having a series of briefings throughout the week.
After hearing from the submissions in his meeting, the Acting Commissioner said he would reveal his plans for the Fiji Police Force.
In an earlier interview, he said he was very concerned with the rise in child abuse and rape.
He said he would like to hear of the strategies put in place to stop these criminal acts.
Children, he said, must be safe wherever they were.

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