#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Teleni's Holy Spirit claim backfires

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Teleni's Holy Spirit claim backfires

Police Commissioner Esala Teleni has again been outed as a liar after saying he sacked police officers for transporting marijuana from Sigatoka because the Holy Spirit had spoken to him.

The Drugs unit commanding officer ASP Sakeo Ganivatu today told Radio Legend FM that no one has been sacked and a special team has been formed to investigate the claims.

Ganivatu said they are looking for evidence to support the allegations and an investigation will take time.

Speaking at an Assemblies of God Church conference late last month, Teleni said the Holy Spirit had spoken to him about police officers involved in drug trafficking and influencing judges to wrongfully imprison people facing criminal charges.

The New Methodist Church is led by Teleni's younger brother Atu Vulaono.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Police are now more corrupt than before. They say that because of their crusade last weekend was "crime-free". Yet from Monday we heard in the news that their were two murder cases, two violent robbery cases and many other assault cases, etc, etc. Who are they trying to hoodwink.

Onething for sure is that this christian crusade has taught them to lie to the people and to arrest people without any evidences.

Teleni has become a relgious fanatic saying that everything belongs to God and he has rights to peoples' lives. Reminds us of Al Kaeda extremists!