The wife of the police constable shot dead during the May 2000 coup has told the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation that it seemed like yesterday when it happened.
Filipo Seavula was on duty when he was shot dead by George Speight's gunmen the night of Sunday May the 28th.
Akeneta Seavula told FBC that her husband’s loss was unbearable, and the last 10 years has been a time of sadness, struggles but also joy. "I thank the Lord for giving me strenghth, courage and hope to carry on as a mother and fathr to bring up my children. My family's sad that he has gone from our side. These ten years we have had a lot of struggles along with my children, money-wise and the discipline of my children."