|Lal: Digicel Network administrator.|
Either way, there are questions to be answered, including why they've now gone back on the announcement and why there is such an ongoing incompetency handling what is clearly a sensitive matter.
RFMF commander Mosese Tikoitoga this morning told Fiji media the captured troops would be released in a few days, without what he said were ‘preconditions.’
He said: "Al Nusra has confirmed to the UN headquarters in New York that the Fijian peacekeepers will be released within the next few days."
Such a breakthrough raises a number of questions, including
|Nakacia: Fintel board member.|
The story was quickly pulled after international news agencies jumped on it and couldn’t find verification, with either the UN itself or news sources close to Golan Heights.
Fiji’s own spin doctors didn’t seem to know either what was happening with Dan Gavidi telling international media: "I don't think so ... someone has misinterpreted.”
The New York Times quoted Stephane Dujarric, a spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, as saying he had no information although a later report by the Jerusalem Post cited an unnamed official as saying the peacekeepers were likely to be released within days but, yes, there was a condition.
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There has been no word yet officially from Al Nusra.
Turning to another drama of the regime's own making - the so-called threats against two Fiji Sun journalists, Jyoti Pratibha and Vosita Kotoiwasawasa, because of their biased and unfounded election reporting.
This is hypocrisy of the highest order with the regime's trolls carrying out smear campaigns on social media, especially this site.
C4.5 has been collecting statistics for months in the lead up to the election and have documented hundreds of visits from a regime team inciting racial hatred, trashing opposition parties, especially SODELPA, and its leader, Ro Teimumu Kepa, and women in general.
We today reveal the three IP addresses of the regime trolls who are on our blog as many as 300 times a day during work hours, posting annonymously, attacking Fiji citizens and promoting Fiji First, Frank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum.
The anonymous trolls all work for Fiji’s key telecommunication companies, and one of them sits on the management board of FINTEL.
These cowardly trolls operate individually - or as a team - from the IP addresses listed under:
Reinhard Sanjeet Lal, a network administrator at Digicel in Suva. His phone number is 679 708 0472 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laisiasa Nakacia, the Manager Network and Technology (Acting) of FINTEL, who is listed on the same page as that of chairman, Ajith Kodagoda, one of Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum’s closest allies.
Nakacia is responsible for FINTEL’s Network and Tech nology, including the Gateway and Operations Centre at the Vatuwaqa Communications Centre.
His IP details show as: phone number 679 331 2933, address FINTEL, PO Box 59, Suva. Email is email@example.com.
The third troll from Clarendon House is a Digicel Pacific Network administrator with the phone number 679 672 7524 and the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Smith Johns needs to 'look in the mirror' herself before screeching publicly because there is a shit load of evidence about the foul and illegal behaviour of her and her cohorts.