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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Hype and corruption go hand in hand


Heroes of the flood clean up....prisoners.
It's corrupt either way you look at it.
The police force says it has recorded a 49 per cent increase in complaints since the beginning of the year.
Offences? Failing to complete reports, dishonesty in investigations and failing to follow up on complaints. 

On a more serious note seven police officers were charged for stealing foodstuffs from Ba during the floods but there is some suggestion the 'crime' has been hyped by the police chief Ioane Naivalurua to make it look as though he's on top of the job.

Flip now to Frank Bainimarama. Since appointing himself prime minister after carrying out a coup in 2006 supposedly to clean up the sins of the SDL government, he and his supporters have proceeded to commit crime after crime against the people of Fiji, all in the name of creating a new Utopia.

Today a crime of some magnitude. Continuing to cash in on the recent floods as he campaigns for 2014, Bainimarama has now decided that the RFMF should 'defer' this year's recruitment drive. Chief of Staff Operations Lieutenant-Colonel Amani Suliano has been quoted as saying it's a directive from Bainimarama and they will instead  'concentrate on helping people affected by the floods.'

At the height of the floods in recent weeks, when the country most needed the help of the huge army and its resources (remember they were calling on citizens to give their boats to DISMAC), the RFMF was AWOL.

If they were helping out it was light work and it was left to the victims themselves, volunteers, NGOs, aid agencies and the country's prisoners to help families and businesses, especially with the cleaning up. 

The corrupt Bainimarama would have us believe another story but the flood pictures tell a different tale. And as they say, pictures paint a thousand words.
 Fiji Police Force recorded a 49 per cent increase in complaints against its officers in the first quarter of this year. Speaking to officers at their first quarter parade this morning, Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Iowane Naivalurua said his major concern is in the area of complaints against police and complaints against their service. Brig-Gen Naivalurua said complaints against police means that officers have failed to conduct themselves properly and did things that they should not have done. He said some have failed to complete reports, while others showed dishonesty in their investigations. Some others may not have provided feedback in a timely manner to those who complained. He said there is more work to be done in providing services and working honestly each day. The first quarter saw a reduction in reported crimes against women by 52 per cent and a reduction in reported crimes against children by 24 per cent. More than 600 police officers were present at the parade.


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lice Force recorded a 49 per cent increase in complaints against its officers in the first quarter of this year. Speaking to officers at their first quarter parade this morning, Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Iowane Naivalurua said his major concern is in the area of complaints against police and complaints against their service. Brig-Gen Naivalurua said complaints against police means that officers have failed to conduct themselves properly and did things that they should not have done. He said some have failed to complete reports, while others showed dishonesty in their investigations. Some others may not have provided feedback in a timely manner to those who complained. He said there is more work to be done in providing services and working honestly each day. The first quarter saw a reduction in reported crimes against women by 52 per cent and a reduction in reported crimes against children by 24 per cent. More than 600 police officers were present at the parade.

Read more at: http://www.fijilive.com/news/2012/04/49-rise-in-complaints-against-police/41799/
Copyright 2012 © Fijilive.com
The Fiji Police Force recorded a 49 per cent increase in complaints against its officers in the first quarter of this year. Speaking to officers at their first quarter parade this morning, Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Iowane Naivalurua said his major concern is in the area of complaints against police and complaints against their service. Brig-Gen Naivalurua said complaints against police means that officers have failed to conduct themselves properly and did things that they should not have done. He said some have failed to complete reports, while others showed dishonesty in their investigations. Some others may not have provided feedback in a timely manner to those who complained. He said there is more work to be done in providing services and working honestly each day. The first quarter saw a reduction in reported crimes against women by 52 per cent and a reduction in reported crimes against children by 24 per cent. More than 600 police officers were present at the parade.

Read more at: http://www.fijilive.com/news/2012/04/49-rise-in-complaints-against-police/41799/
Copyright 2012 © Fijilive.com

22 comments:

  1. Whoever wrote this article, might as well be the next Opposition Leader, you have alot of criticisms..

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  2. Some danger signs on FNPF finance have surfaced this week. In its reforms of FNPF last year, the illegal regime had offered an option to exisiting pensioners who wish to exit the scheme that they would receive trhe full amount of the total money they had committed to pension. That money was supposed to have been paid out by Wednesday this week. All FNPF offices in the country reported a large turnout of pensioners who had opted for the offer only to be turned away because there was no money or the money was not ready. They have beenn visiting FNPF offices everyday since Monday whilst phone calls have also flooded in asking why the delay. It will be interesting to find out whether they will be able to receive theikr money tomorrow, the last working day of the week. Something had gone wrong somewhere.

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  3. Levu walega na tavasa nei Voreqe. He used the crisis for political mileage. People are still crying for help.

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  4. RFMF is a now just a floppy appendage. May be a blessing for the UN dropping in Fiji for Nepal. It might help the RFMF to improve itself.

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  5. No worries, there is an active account with funds but there is no actual cash..similar to co-op monies its in the books but there is no money ...even IMF Audit cannot figure this out.. if it happens to eventually come out, perhaps, maybe.... then the best thing is draw all funds & invest it somewhere very safe-an overseas bank would do...not the new VITI thing that they are pushing through...most of government guarantees have not being honoured..Remember the Momi decree...and by now they will work out a Decree in that you cannot sue them if they lose your monies..Come on man...its easy for them to do it....no accountabilty...only a fool will beleive what PS Finance is saying...these are the civil servants who have filled their pockets and their minds have been unconsciouly skewed in trying to hype up the population to invest in the VITI thing....Once you lose our TRUST its over Man...

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  6. Nailamurua is so scared that he cant sleep well as he has this issue with the Police (Real Cops) collecting evidence against the dictators. He was so paranoid that he called a parade in heavy rain early at Suva foreshore. The guys who l!@#%d and f!@#$d talenis ass for promotion have warned want to be commiussioner that the real cops are collecting files after files against the cork suckers. Taleni got case of Treason (all of Them) and abuse of office, Obtaining Financial advantage by deception, perverting the cause of justice and so on and so forth. This want to be commis is scared cause he knows the real cops who went to Police Academy are after him with evidence and that will mean he will have to get his a!@e f!@#$d in Naboro Max or Nukulau by the guards. Your days are numbered you want to be commis you dont know the code of ethics of the Police and never went to any Police school. No outsider ever tried to be Army Commander so how you guys think u can lead all other orgnizations. You and Taleni will have the same end as Savua who wanted to be commis. take it for granted we will have our revenge with interest and we will parade you under water for the RAIN PARADE.DONT WORRY I AM JUST JOKING<HOPE YOU DONT MIND YEA.

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  7. What has happened to the money going to the PM's Fund Appeal??? Several million at last count.

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  8. To add salt to injury what about the FNPF saga that the poor pensioners are now going through. A lot of them have been affected by the recent flooding and have NOT received any money since last month!!
    As the Illegal Minister responsible for the FNPF, Voreqe should put his mouth and money where it belongs and demand the SACKING of the top brass of the FNPF!! It is just not good enough!!

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  9. Heads should roll with the current FNPF DISASTER regarding pensioners.
    Taito and Nagataleka should either do the honourable thing and resign or be sacked by Voreqe!1
    PERIOD!!
    They have stuffed it up BIG time!!

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  10. Dina says...

    Iwas shocked to see my prison cousin from Natabua and a few of my ex mates in prison cleaning up the flood mass.

    Frank stop fooling us ....just return to barracks and let us choose out leader so we can get out of this mass you have created.

    Which ever way you skin the cat.....i taukei will always chapion our chiefs, indigenous cause and vore someone we believe in. NOt like you. You can't even talk properly, shameful to have a Pm like you. all Fiji PM's were above all other small pacific countries and equal to NZ & Aust. What we see in you is a load of shit and illiterate traits.

    God bless Fiji.

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  11. The FNPF does not have the cash flow to make any huge pension payment. We have to wait for next month's deductions. I work there.

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  12. ask this bull commiss to anounce the compotition via ethnicity of nco's n man and (higher) sucker levels of the force, you will be suprised at the level of cork sucking experience of the i'taukei. (sasega beka na madua fuck my arse but promote me sakasaka sir). lol New methodist, new i'taukei

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  13. The FNFP payment has been unavoidably postponed. The money will go instead to the PM's Fund to concentrate on helping people affected by the floods. The extraordinary flooding also casts some doubt on the original timing of the Roadmap. Regrettably, we might need to postpone the elections until no later than 2020, in order to concentrate instead on helping people affected by the floods. Be assured, we will definitely be able to hold the elections by then, assuming it doesn't rain again in Fiji.

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  14. Prisoners are made to work whilst the fat army guys are relaxing in Delainabua.

    Military should be dissolved ASAP they are wasting government resources and full of CRAP!!

    They are have lost the plot, get rid of them...we dont need them a waste of financial resources!! they can't think for themselves!! They only think of their fat tummies!!

    GET RID OF THEM AND THEIR ILLEGAL COMMODORE!!

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  15. Anon on 19/4 @ 9.46pm, I thought so, my guess was right. FNPF is using the excuse of computer glitch but in fact there is no cash flow. And the government knows it has no money. They're probably desperately trying to borrow money from somewhere to pay the pensioners. And the comment by PS Finance inviting investment is misleading and I bet, deliberate to make us think the Govt has huge savings somewhere. Oilei, they must think we're mad but how worrying.

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  16. We cant help but notice THE MORE CORRUPT THE REGIME RULE THE MORE DECREES!!!!

    EVIL & WICKEDNESS TOIL ALL DAY TO DECEIVE THE NATION!!

    MAY THE LORD'S EYES MARK EACH AND EVERYONE OF THEM WHO THINK HIGHLY OF THEIR EVIL WORKS!!!

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  17. The prisoners are working because they are used to working.
    The MSS (Mataivalu ni SoliSona) or SSS (Sotia ni SoliSona) don't know the meaning of work.
    Hitler had his SS. Vuaka has his SSS.

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  18. fiji is doom under frank the crank.
    mosese is another dumb azzzzz licker.
    what do we expect from these fools army have ruined fiji.
    rabuka started this mess with frank/others.fiji is going to be uganda of the pacific.

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  19. the result of what can happen when someone who have no respect and manner less like frank tries to run a country.
    remember when he sign for the approval for casino to come to fiji the first flood hits damaging mostly the back bone economy of fiji. sugar and pine. sugar cane field were damage like never seen before. FSC railway swept away, soil erosion on the hills where pine are planted. sand block the tropik water pump unable ling water to be supplied to its boiler to operate.
    not even 1 week after frank dissolve the GCC another flood hit. damage all the rehabilitation that was in progress. cut off water supply to major hotels and damage the tourist town like never before. now the latest news is FNPF has no money.
    let me give you a hint of what will be the next surprise. the rising economy of fiji MAHOGANY will be the next to be monopolies and 100 of worker will lose there job. when that happen i will let you konw what will happen next. till than. stay bless and keep fighting for the truth.

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  20. let them bleed a little. freedom is coming. hold on

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  21. People from Fiji First Santa, Anit and Nick stop making fool of yourselves. Staying in new Zealand and trying to send all bullshit ideas and submissions is a laughable.

    None of you have any creditability and are political novice. Just because Anit is married to one of the Shammem sisters does not mean anything. Better spend your time else where and stop living in dream world.

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  22. My father independent has still not received his money. I cant support as have owne family and cut cane.
    DISMAC can help??
    PM we waiting please.

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