One of the more violent chapters of Fiji's military history was recalled today with a special commemoration for the mutiny at the QE Barracks 10 years ago.
Three soldiers, Lance Corporal Simione Rawaileba, Private Seru Sirinavosa and Private Jonetani Veilawai, were remembered today.
Fiji Village photographed the widow, Leba Rawaileba, and quoted her as thanking the Military for employing her eldest son after the death of his father.
The daughter of Vosailagi was also singled out. She acknowlegded her father for his hard work and the Military's help in paying for her education.
The illegal prime minister of Voreqe Bainimarama was quoted as saying the RFMF will ensure its soldiers did not die in vainty. He said RFMF is now united compared to 2000 and that some people had even underestimated its strength from that time. RFMF's Chief of Staff, Brigadier Mohammed Aziz, who attended today's commemoration and said the ceremony served as a memory for young soldiers.
Original story and picture FijiVillage: Leba Rawaileba lays a wreath for her husband.