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Letters To The Editor, 20th, December, 2016

Assistance system Joan McGoon, Nadi Still over 2000 families are living in tents from Tropical Cyclone Winston effects and recent events. Whatever system was in place before Winston and after
20 Dec 2016 11:00
Letters To The Editor, 20th, December, 2016
Letter To The Editor

Assistance system

Joan McGoon,

Nadi

Still over 2000 families are living in tents from Tropical Cyclone Winston effects and recent events.

Whatever system was in place before Winston and after Winston is not working.Obviously!

Available options? Whoever is in charge of the system either needs to revamp it or remove those in charge of it and replace them with those who can ensure that the needs of the people are met and proper action is taken.

It is an absolute disgrace to see the suffering of our people like this.

 

Security officers

Samuela  Rareba,

Suva

I think it is just hilarious on how the relevant authorities are turning a blind eye on the treatment of security officers here in Fiji.

I am a strong advocate on this issue because I believe that everyone deserves the right to be treated fairly.

Just listening to the problem and ill-treatment done to these officers is just not right. Allegedly being paid $35 per week, wages deducted for no reason at all, they have no annual leave with no day off.

These human being deserve much better than this and this sort of treatment is just inhuman. I wonder if these are some things that the Human Rights advocates can look into.

 

 

Christmas sacrifice

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa,

Canada

As we head towards the day, we remember that God the Creator became a human being, for the sole mission of saving and redeeming mankind.

We must also take into consideration the sacrifice our Lord Jesus Christ took upon Himself when He became a human being.

Normally, we talk about God’s sacrifice when we celebrate Easter and we overlook the divine sacrifice Jesus did when He chose to become a child in Mary’s womb.

It is mind-blowing to know that God the Creator had chosen to become a man in order to save mankind (John 1:1-3, 14), but it is heartbreaking to know that Christ’s love for humanity has resulted in Him forever being identified as one of us.

The two angels at Christ’s ascension reminded those present that “this same Jesus”, will return in the same manner as they have seen Him go to heaven (Acts 1:9-11).

The same Jesus who talked and ate with them for 40 days after His resurrection, will forever be like us in heaven as our high priest, intercessor, mediator, judge, and coming King.

As we celebrate Christmas this year, please consider the great love and sacrifice Jesus has taken especially for you.

Although He was born to die on our behalf, His saving and redeeming death will only be enjoyed by those who choose to believe and accept Him as their Lord and Saviour.

Feedback:  jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

 

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