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Friday, January 20, 2012

Cock-eyed ruling about cock and bull Personality poll

Predictably, and after what seems to have been a very quick investigation, the Commerce Commission has ordered Fiji TV to apologise for its controversial text competition and to refund the monies of those who took part.


The regime claims the unelected prime minister, Frank Bainimarama, was the real winner of the Personality of the Year poll after Fiji TV closed the competition a day early, omitting hundreds of votes that supposedly put him ahead of the original winner, Premila Kumar.


Coupfourpointfive, however, revealed the poll was rigged and that the so-called 1500 votes for Bainimarama came from two government phones: one of them this number 9905393.


Our inside information also revealed that Vodafone boss Aslam Khan tipped the regime off to the poll closing a day early and that Vodafone also alerted it to the fact that Bainimarama was losing badly to Premila Kumar. Fiji TV was forced to bow down to pressure from the illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum: sadly, the pay TV has again bent over.


In a sham of a decision, the one-eyed Commerce Commission chair Mahendra Reddy (pictured above) today announced Fiji TV has agreed to "not engage in this type of behavior and maintain the highest ethical standards as well as providing an apology to individuals for whom the public voted for."


Reddy claims his investigation showed that neither a written terms and condition and closing date was provided for the competition and that while it was supposed to stay open until December 31 midnight, the tally was done for votes cast up until 8pm December 30 only. It also says messages were sent to voters the next day saying their votes had been  registered successfully when in fact, they had not been tallied up.


He says that Fiji TV in its letter to the Commission this Tuesday agreed that it erred in not informing the members of the public of the closing date and that it extracted the voting results after the 6pm news on Monday 30 December, 2011.


Reddy also says Fiji TV today signed a Deed of Settlement agreeing to undertake what it has been asked to do by the Commission adding the Commission will now develop guidelines to all media outlets on how the texting promotions are to be run in future.


It appears that even texting in Fiji is now under Decree. 

Fiji TV in breach of Commerce Commision Decree
http://www.fijivillage.com/ 
Fiji TV to apologise for text competition
http://www.radiofiji.com.fj/ 

32 comments:

  1. How childish of anyone in Fiji wanting to win a popularity vote in the first place.
    Aiyaz must be so far up Frank's skirt that you can't tell where he ends and Frank begins.
    Frank clearly believes in his own propaganda and no doubt listens to Aiyaz telling him what a wonderful man he is.
    It clearly defines Frank as a typical Narcissist, and like Adolf Hitler, he believe s everything his hangers on are telling him about himself.

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  2. Anonymous said...

    Did Bocimarama poke mahendra reddy's eye with his c!@k? What a low life

    January 20, 2012 9:19 PM
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  3. How pathetic - yes M&M - after awhile despot dictators such as this do display a strange delusional tendency of believing their own bullshit - don't forget also Vore's previously admitted hearing voices? As for Reddys' role in all this? Suspect with a head & IQ like his he's just thankful he's got a job & consequently will do everything & anything to keep it.

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  4. Mahen Reddy is the regime's one-eyed assassin trained by coup sycophant Ganesh Chand and protege of phony professor Biman Chand who regurgitates all his unoriginal articles.

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  5. Wow, C4.5 is a nasty hater. By making fun of someones physical appearance you show yourself to be like a primary school kid in mentality.

    On top of that, your report is nonsense, since Fiji TV themselves have admitted that they "erred".

    Lastly, you say the contest was rigged because the prime minister got his staff to send hundreds of text messages. Well duh! That is how all these contests are won. Premila Kumar would have done the same. In all the popularity contents held by Fiji TV... eg. the singing competitions... its all about the contestants to get their family/friends/employees to send in as many texts as possible. That's the name of the game.

    If you thought any texting competition is about who is REALLY popular it is you, C4.5 who is deluded... it is only ever about who can organise the most text messages, by hook or crook.


    Fiji TV really screwed up on this one.

    It is irrelevant, but my choice would have been Premila. She has never stopped fighting for us consumers.

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  6. So, Fiji's Personality of the Year for 2011 was Frank Bainimarama. Time's Man of the Year for 1938 was Adolf Hitler.

    And unIike Bainimarama, Hitler didn't have to cheat.

    s/ Dakuwaqa

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  7. News Flash - Why did Hari Punja buy another 14% of Fiji TV when it's a fact that Fiji TV's Sky Pacific arm is technically insolvent.

    Read below is the answer

    Confirmed Fijian Holding Ltd will purchase the 51% shares of Yasana holdings in Fiji TV because Yasana Holdings cannot contribute funds keep the technically insolvent Sky Pacific afloat, a off-shoot Pay TV arm of Fiji TV. Hari Punja will then buy the remaining shares of Fiji TV leaving the split 49% for Hari and 51% for FHL.
    Fiji TV IS CASH STRAPPED and needs cash funding to have it's Sky Pacific pay tv arm stay solvent. With escalating costs like huge increases in satellite transponder and programming fees, Hari needs a banker with cash flows to keep FIji tv afloat. Who else but to get FHL to fund the technically insolvent sky pacific. Industry experts say sky pacific will never break-even and historic results have proven that. Ken Clark (no longer with Fiji TV) and Tarun Patel (CEO) reorganised the Fiji TV annual financial reporting structure to mask (hide) the losses incurred by the Sky Pacific arm of Fiji TV which is in a couple of millions over the last 5 year period. Since it's start this arm of Fiji tv has not made money and the cost of running Sky pacific has escalated since it resigned to a new satellite last year to carry it's service. As Hari Punja does, use other people's money to make money. Hari Punja has been doing this on day one since he got into Fiji tv. He funnels funds from public listed companies notely the FMF GROUP of companies into Fiji tv by paying for advertisements and gets the potion of this money into his family owed company in Fiji tv dividends. Tarun Patel CEO is his pet boy. now Hari Punja, ajay punjay, and Tarun patel have devised a smoke and mirriors plan to get money from FHL. Reminds me of momi and natadola. Only the fool this time around is FHL and not FNPF. GOOD LUCK Fijian Holdings Limited. This investment is worst than the mobil one.

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  8. Please better not to involve in this texting...giving vodafone money to trace your calls...popularity ni cici!!!!

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  9. Both, Prasila % Bainimarama are not the true representatives of majority Fiji nationals therefore both are not true recipient. Presila, on many instances has failed in her duties to protect consumers, only thing the did is copied statements from overseas and relayed. On the other hand Bainimarama will be recognised in history that he betrayed native Fijians to fulfill his personal ambitions.

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  10. All these SOBs will have their day in court. Maybe TV Fiji should have taken a poll of most unpopular person in Fiji. Without doubt that none other than Arse Khaiyum. Anyone feels different?

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  11. Most unpopular person in Fiji? There will be a tie.
    Voceke and Aiyarsehole.

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  12. Mark Manning with his usual irrelavent comments -Mark the man in Fiji don't wear skirts-it know as a sulu boci!

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  13. Dear Writer

    You have chosen the right description for this "leemuri fella" COCK EYED

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  14. do all coups lead to Hari Punja???
    or just 2000?

    who attended the secret meeting at qarases house two nights before the 2000 coup?

    was punja, the next door neighbour a part of that meeting?

    truth commission must lift the blanket under which the rotten elite of fiji lurk to ever curse our future.

    itaukei or fijian, who gives a fark,
    all farkin rotten fruit. one big barsted of rotten putrid fruit.

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  15. yes,punja was there with big money,i was there too and to tell you the truth it's none of your frieken business?We had a big laugh
    had a big kana,good time,and lots of money afterward.But like i said before-none of your frieken biswark?

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  16. Keep investing in fmf in spse. Punja use money in charging you heaps of management fee, divert heaps to Fiji tv under the disguise of adverts and get more to his Hari Punja company as shareholder. Good. Now I Hari Punja want the itaukai money from FHL. Don't care if Fiji tv won't make money, I still will make more. Good one....Tarun, Hari and ajay.

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  17. Looks like one eye is looking down at Bai's cock!

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  18. One cock eye crook.

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  19. C4.5 New Zealand media adopting your story can we get more international media interested and expose the Bai???


    Fiji's military leader Voreqe Bainimarama has won an apology from the country's free to air broadcaster after it ran a personality competition in which he came second.

    Fiji TV subsequently changed the result of the text vote to give Bainimarama the winning personality of the year award and stripping it from the original winner, Premila Kumar of the Consumer Council.

    Bainimarama, who ended democracy with an armed coup in 2006 and refuses to restore democracy until 2014, said the poll was undemocratic.

    He claimed Fiji TV closed the competition a day early and did not count 1500 votes that had all come in for him later.

    Anti-regime blog sites claim those votes came in from two mobile phones used by the military.

    When Kumar's win was announced on January 1, the regime's attorney general Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum complained to the Commerce Commission and also ordered an inquiry by the military created Media Development Authority "in respect of unethical practices".

    Fiji TV changed the result on January 7.

    On Friday Commerce Commission chairman Mahendra Reddy ruled Fiji TV had breached a military commerce decree and demanded it issue a public apology during the top segment of its news broadcast. It has carried the apology this weekend.

    He ordered that all money made on the promotion be given back and apologies made to 10 people who scored votes in the competition.

    Without giving the numbers of the votes, Reddy said those submitted after Fiji TV closed the competition were not counted.

    The blogs claim the 1500 were from two phones with around 800 texts marked "FB" - for Frank Bainimarama - rather than the required "VB".

    The day before the 1500 votes were lodged, Kumar was leading with 464 to Bainimarama's 200.
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  20. TV3 and NZ Media DumbJanuary 23, 2012 at 10:53 AM

    Bai Busted @9.03 Well some international media remain ignorant of the facts is there a point?


    Fiji's Bainimarama wins apology from TV
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    Fijian military leader Frank Bainimarama has won an apology from Fiji TV over a personality of the year poll.

    Fiji TV reported on January 1 that Bainimarama came second in the poll, but retracted that a week later saying he was the winner.

    The Fijian Commerce Commission ordered the show to apologise in a recent ruling.

    Fiji TV apologised to voters and candidates in the top section of a news broadcast this weekend, in line with the ruling.

    It said it had failed to consider all votes.

    "Yes we admit the issue has been a source of much embarrassment. A special apology is conveyed to the Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, who we now know was in fact the rightful newsmaker of the year."

    The show had closed the text voting a day early when Consumer Council chief executive Premila Kumar, who was initially announced as the winner, was leading.

    It did not count another 1500 votes for Bainimarama cast the following day.

    There have been reports the votes came from phones allocated to the military, some which voted a number of times.

    Bainimarama took power in Fiji in a military coup and refuses to restore democracy until 2014.

    NZN

    Read more: http://www.3news.co.nz/Fijis-Bainimarama-wins-apology-from-TV/tabid/417/articleID/240239/Default.aspx#ixzz1kE66xhDZ

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  21. Only in fiji you can vote for a dicktator as the Wanker of the Year hahahaha. What a joke. Shameful.

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  22. This cock eye said he believes in FAIR TRADE PRACTICES , what about FAIR GENERAL ELECTIONS, FAIR FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION< FAIR LEADERSHIP RAIR DEMOCRACY FAIR EVERYTHING ELSE or is he too fucken blind to see anything FAIR except for what goes in his pocket.

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  23. Feel like shitting on this guy's cocked eye.

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  24. Hehehe his one cock eye must have been the result of Voceke's finger.

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  25. Interesting read in Hari Punja. Fmf shares down to where who cares. Small investors came in $1 and now shit shares. Hari happy. Made money in management fees. Snake of a businessman. If FHL invests in Fiji tv, someone paid under table because financial look like shit in pants.

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  26. I wonder if anyone realizes that the majority of Indians support Bainivuaka and mostly the Indians are profiting from this illegal regime. Go figure.

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  27. Wrong Anon 24/1 2 12.12pm, as usual, such a comment bred from ignorance and racism worked in the 1987 and 2000 coup but not now. People are more interested in delivery of service and although I am not a supporter of illegal governments, wheter we like or not, THIS Government has done better than previous ones because it is RESPONSIVE. And, that is all that people want. That is, if they're not able to meet a request from a community, they at least have the decency to tell the community so. Sega na lasu kei na vuni yavoki me vakaga sa matau tiko vei iko.

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  28. at Raju Tamana. I agree with your comment C4.5 should only inform news and should not judge or discriminate!its immature..I did not expect such a childish headline

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  29. anon@4:35pm... not sure what you're yapping about. So punja has
    bought some shares in FIJI TV & FHL
    26% aint that big to control the voting. I have similar shares so whats the big deal? You want some shares, its there for sale and you go and get some? Don' try to rile peoples-up for nothing!

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  30. anon@5:14am ... the conning days where Gujarati businessmen use itaukai funds is over. The Industry knows Sky pacific is technically insolvent and is milking funds from Fiji One to keep it afloat. If FHL wants to invest in this venture then so be it but thorough due-deligence by Government is required. And my bet when all is done, they will run away from that investment. Why don't Hari go and get investment from his fellow businessman in the business of selling food. As an itaukai, we have had enough of this pie to the sky investments.

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  31. Don't trust people with so many credentials yet can't see properly. Also included are bald head wannabe professors, who can't even teach their students well and yet all they do is trying to look up the skirts of the female students. Parents beware of ex-teachers who are current perverts.

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