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Letters To The Editors, 16th April 2019

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi I fully agree with the evergreen Nemani Delaibatiki on his My Say article about Trade Union manipulation of workers(FS 15/4/18). While the protest is clearly illegal, the
16 Apr 2019 14:14
Letters To The Editors, 16th April 2019

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

I fully agree with the evergreen Nemani Delaibatiki on his My Say article about Trade Union manipulation of workers(FS 15/4/18).

While the protest is clearly illegal, the un­ion’s General Secretary shouldn’t play with workers welfare, especially wages for his own promotion.

I hope the workers will realise they’re be­ing used for political purposes. I also hope they’ll solve the dispute legally and amica-bly.

Kudos to 7s team

Timoci Gaunavinaka, Nausori

What is wrong with these cowards and mo­rons criticizing and some even swearing at our Fiji Airways National Sevens players for the 1 point loss in Singapore on social media.

Fiji is the most successful team on this leg of the series. They won five in a row at Hong Kong setting a record very difficult for any team on the planet to achieve and losing by a single point to South Africa in Singapore.

South Africa has never won a Hong Kong Sevens title in their whole sevens career and stands very little chance of catching up with Fiji in the next two remaining tourna­ments.

We have Nacuqu fracturing a collar bone, Tuwai pulling a hamstring and Nasoko still recovering from a knee injury. These boys have toiled, sweated and bled for Fiji while we just cheer and pass comments from the comfort of our living rooms.

Let us keep supporting our team and stop throwing around stupid and arrogant com­ments that will only do more harm than good to our rugby.

Congratulations to our Sevens Team, man­agement and each of their families who work tirelessly behind the scene giving needed personal comfort to our heroes. The whole of Fiji is with you.

Vinaka vaka levu na vosota boys

Easter Road Promotion

Satish Nakched, Suva

As we near the Easter weekend some of the commercial organisations have really got into the mood and are giving back to the com­munities, but at a great risk.

There is a radio station that gives away the Easter buns to the motorist when they stop at the red light intersection in the Suva Nau­sori corridor without any regard to their safety.

They walk cheerfully in between the vehi­cle without any protective footwear or reflec­tor vest for safety reasons.

At times they become a menace for the mo­torist. We already have a record number of road fatalities in comparison to the same pe­riod last year.

The company has corporate social respon­sibility and must discharge its activities in a manner that is ethical and safe.

By walking and distributing the goodies its employees become road hazards and may create an adverse situation and add on to the road accident statistics.

I believe the Police must advise and elimi­nate such a risky promotion tactic as this was evident during the Diwali period as well.

Feedback: jyotip@fijisun.com.fj

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