Marama Roko Tui Dreketi Ro Teimumu Kepa has been released from police custody.
She was taken to Central Police Station by 16 soldiers, not police officers, from her home in Lomanikoro, Rewa at midnight last night.
Sources say she was taken to the Criminal Investigation Department for questioning. Feizal Haniff from Munro Leys was representing her. Sources say Ro Teimumu is currently resting at a home in Suva and has been asked to return to the CID HQ in Toorak for another round of questioning this evening.
The interim prime minister and army commander, Frank Bainimarama, told Radio Legend FM that Ro Teimumu was not arrested and detained but she was questioned. This is despite the fact she spent close to 10 hours inside a police cell at CPS.
We can confirm the general secretary of Methodist Church Reverend, Tuikilakila Waqairatu, and former Church leaders, Reverends Manasa Lasaro and Tomasi Kanailagi, are still being detained at the army's HQ - Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Navua.
SDL national director, Peceli Kinivuwai, has also reportedly been taken into military custody.