These are the people who are Fijians but have overthrown the govt we Fijians elected for their own selfish reasons. These people are no hopers who have no chance of reaching leadership positions through elections. They have no mandate from anybody and are working to undermine their own people. The Charter clearly recommends the doing away of Fijians seats and our Provincial Councils. It contravenes most Articles of the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Below are the list of traitors to the Fijian people and who are working to dispossess the Fijian people and their future generations.
The only just reward for them is the South African necklace, a favourite used by the ANC to deal with traitors during the apartheid era.
Vei kemudou na Kai Viti ena NCBBF, dou yavu kaisi bokola kawaca – ena yaco mai nomudou gauna!
Church, SDL disappoint NCBBF members
Indigenous Fijian members of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji have expressed their disappointment at the former ruling party and the Methodist Church for not supporting the People’s Charter initiative.
The 16 indigenous Fijian members of the NCBBF said in a statement released today that Methodist Church leaders were afraid that if the NCBBF were given the opportunity to explain the Charter, the Church’s opposition would evaporate once members saw the Charter was not a threat to the indigenous Fijians.
The group firmly believes that the Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party and Methodist Church have betrayed the interest of their members and denied their fundamental rights to decide on the Charter for themselves.
The group urged the SDL and other political parties to attend the Presidents Dialogue Forum and engage in constructive discussions.
“We are particularly disappointed that the SDL party which most of us have supported, and the Methodist Church of which most of us are members did not accept the President’s Invitation to be part of the NCBBF to take the first steps in dialogue that could ultimately lead towards reconciliation and return to Constitutional democracy.”
The iTaukei non-Government members of the GCC in the group are:
1. Ratu Josefa Basulu (former Chairman, Lau Provincial Council)
2. Ratu Meli Bolobolo (Chair, Ra Provincial Council)
3. Ratu Wiliame Maivalili Katonivere (Macuata Provincial Council)
4. Mrs Jokapeci Koroi (President, Fiji Labour Party)
5. Mr. Atunaisa Lacabuka (former Chair, Serua Provincial Council)
6. Ratu Jolame Lewanavanua (former Chair, Lomaiviti Provincial Council)
7. Ratu Tevita Uluilakeba Mara, (Lau Provincial Council)
8. Ratu Josateki Nawalowalo (former Chair of Kadavu Provincial Council)
9. Ratu Filimone Ralogaivau (former Chair of Bua Provincial Council)
10. Mr. Josefa Serulagilagi (Chairman, Tailevu Provincial Council)
11. Mr. Rupeni Silimaibau (Provincial Youth Network)
12. Adi Finau Tabakaucoro (General Secretary, Soqosoqo Vakamarama)
13. Ms. Lorine Tevi (President, Fiji Council of Social Services)
14. Ratu Meli Vesikula (Chair, Initiatives of Change Fiji)
15. Ratu Samuela Waqanaceva (Chair, Serua Provincial Council)
16. Rev. Akuila Yabaki (Executive Director, CCF