This is a really strange state of affairs, then again everything in Fiji is these days.
Why is Sa tu na Da Reddy so keen for everyone to accept the so called stolen cache?
Is it because it wasn’t stolen at all, but distributed among the coup perpetrators by readymade shit himself.
I mean, how else do they pay themselves big dalo to perpetuate the clean up coup?
Nasty little man.
INTERPOL is investigating a $560,000 heist in Fiji, as the central bank moves to bolster confidence in the nation’s currency.
Police said yesterday Interpol had been called in to help investigate the disappearance this month of $F1 million in $20 bills, which was destined for the Reserve Bank of Fiji.
It was initially believed the money was snatched from a wharf facility.
However, police have confirmed it was now thought to have been taken from a ship en route to Fiji.
Some of the stolen notes, which had been freshly printed in Britain, have trickled into circulation in Fiji since the theft, prompting Reserve Bank governor Sada Reddy to urge traders to treat them as legal.
Mr Reddy said traders should not hesitate to accept the
$20 notes, even if they had serial numbers showing they were taken in the robbery.
“Commercial banks, foreign exchange dealers and business houses are advised to accept these notes without question,” he said.