Big leak from inside the Green Zone in Baghdad about the embarrassing behaviour of Fiji's peacekeeping force there.
A female officer has given birth to a baby with a second officer owning up to being pregnant as well.
The Commanding Officer has been trying to get a visa for the newborn and the controversy is delaying the six-month change over of the battalion as the RFMF tries to cover up the incident.
Coupfourpointfive has the name of the officer who gave birth.
According to our source the United Nations is not happy with the pregnancies or what it sees as poor screening of military personnel by Fiji.
Our source says the Fiji army is no longer welcome in Iraq and that personnel are just waiting for exit visas and will be replaced by soldiers from Nepal.
"Army was brought in for peace-keeping duties in war torn zone - instead they are having sex missions on female officers."
Extra-marital affairs have been rife in the RFMF and have included senior officers, one of whom was sent home last year.
Still, our source insists Fiji is the only contingent getting such a bad name and says it has cost Fiji its place in the well-paying UN peacekeeping missions.
In recent stories the RFMF chief of staff operations, Lieutenant-Colonel Amani Suliano, rejected reports in overseas media the UN was phasing out Fijian soldiers and replacing them with the Nepalese soldiers as “not true”.
He told Pacnews: “Fiji soldiers will continue peacekeeping duties in Iraq as usual and after they serve a period of six months a new battalion goes and replaces them."