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Power To Vodafone

Power to Vodafone So the verdict is in on the battle of Suva’s telecommunications company Christmas trees. Those who have seen the Christmas trees and lighting up put in different
03 Dec 2015 10:30
Power To Vodafone

Power to Vodafone

So the verdict is in on the battle of Suva’s telecommunications company Christmas trees.

Those who have seen the Christmas trees and lighting up put in different parts of the capital by the rivals say it’s no contest:

Market leader Vodafone wins by a long way with its Christmas on the Park at Chandu Umaria’s impressive My Suva Park, Nasese, initiative.

Vodafone lit up the night there from 7 last night.

It drew thousands. A must see in the capital.

Well done, Pradeep Lal and the Vodafone team.

 

MPs show way

Naitasiri MPs on both sides of Parliament will show today and tomorrow how the Government and Opposition can work together.

SODELPA MPs Ro Kiniviliame Kiliraki and Aseri Radrodro will open the Naitasiri Provincial Council fund-raising drive this morning at 9.30 at Syria Park, Nausori, with a “soli” or contribution.

The fundraising is for a scholarship fund for students from the province.

FijiFirst Government MPs, Alivereti Nabulivou (also council chairman) and Timoci Natuva, Minister for Immigration, National Security and Defence, will close the fundraising tomorrow with a similar “soli”.

And guess what? They will give the same amount.

They have been talking before the event to show a united front for the people. This is not a one off joint exercise.

Infact the Naitasiri MPs have been developing these working relationships for sometime and the people love it because they are benefitting from their leadership.

Other MPs should take their cue from them.

 

Seeking Justice

A timid-looking officer, obviously nervous to go before the identification parade inside a Police compound, was told by a senior officer: “Don’t worry, this is only a routine inquiry.”

The procedures may be routine but the case under investigation is serious. It is about alleged Police brutality.

The complainant pointed out a suspect.  But four officers denied he lodged his initial complaint with them.

He insisted he saw them and now he is going to higher authorities seeking justice.

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj



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