#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Lau tour nets apology

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lau tour nets apology


The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation says the people of Ono-I-Lau today asked Voreqe Bainimarama to forgive them for not supporting his takeover of the Laisenia Qarase.



Bainimarama overthrew the Qarase government in December 2006.

The self-appointed leader is touring the Lau Group and this morning told a group of representatives of the Ono-I-Lau group he had accepted their request for forgiveness hence his visit.

He said past Governments were usually racially biased and only brought hatred to people.  

Bainimarama said it was unfortunate that those Governments were using the Chiefly system and the Church as their power base.

He said his Government wants to hand over a political Government after the 2014 General Elections that will stand for a good country and one people.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Levu ga na veilasutaki tiko. Vore is just enjoying his "higly inflated" living out allowance.

Anonymous said...

Wonder if?

On his recent trip to southern Lau
our self appointed leader and financial saviour discussed Fiji's recent credit down rating with our Lauan Kai? Now BA2 - down from B1.

Put into perspective - Australia's is AAA.

Assume the IMF are aware of this also?

Anonymous said...

For just another country in the global village of the one world order. Goodbye Viti and see you in the morning, for those of you who will make it.

Anonymous said...

These apologies are not worth a dime.

Anonymous said...

Google Hugo Chavez - self proclaimed saviour(president) of Venezuela - see if you can see the simalarities between him and you know who? Its scary...

Tadu said...

Crap - more propoganda from the self serving military fascists

Anonymous said...

Let's put this into perspective?

Vore - a Kubuna outcast and renegade bati ni wai from Gau journeys to the southern most outpost of Tovata - accepts a Tabua from the Kai of someone he had betrayed and persecuted - and
believes their sincere?

Somebody urgently need's a crash course on Viti history.

Anonymous said...

Fiji is worse than Venezuela. At least people there can protest in the streets and they are going to elections this year. Like Fiji, Venezuela is going bankrupt though all the money spent on the army and govt corruption and little on infrastructure.

Anonymous said...

Frank must remember these are the people that hosted a grand welcome for the Baun Chief Niumataiwalu then smote him down to death on the shores of Matokana village. Beware the Ides of March!

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:29.

Point I'm trying to make is that here is a man who doesn't even understand his own peoples customs and traditions. He actually give (left) them his own personal mobile number? Ring anytime - just gottah go back to Suva - work your Kai over some more.