Police Commissioner Esala Teleni says three more years of the New Methodist Church led Crusade would make Fiji a crime-free nation by 2012.
Teleni has preached to police officers to adopt the strategy of Lord Jesus Christ to help them change their character, so they become good crime fighters.
He has accused police officers of lying, saying many are involved in the transportation of marijuana, sharing a loot and of even influencing judges inn who they send to prison. The former deputy military commander failed to elaborate on his incredible claims and give specific examples.
His preaching has drawn praise from his younger brother and head of the New Methodist Chgurch, Atu Vulaono, who says Teleni is on the right track.
Meanwhile a six-day New Methodist National Crusade started at the TFL National Stadium in Suva on Tuesday. It will end on Sunday. It is being promoted as "The New Generation or "Na Kawa Tamata Vou" and glossy leaflets are being sent to homes. Some programmes are also being held at Sukuna Park in Suva City.
The New Methodist Church, which is pro-regime, was given a permit to hold its Crusade, while Fiji's largest religious and Christian denomination, the Methodist Church, was denied permission to hold its annual conference or solevu.