The cavalry arrive

Lt Col Vaniqi,, CO Sugar Battalion, has ordered his cavalry into the cane fields. He’s spent $20,000 to buy 30 horses on which he’ll mount his troops to go out and catch people lighting fires in the cane fields. The police already patrol, but he’s no doubt hoping his troops with their licence for handing out instant justice will be more effective than the police who have to obey the law. The $20,000 for horses, as well as the cost of paying the troops, will all come out of the income from sugar sales, in other words the cane farmers pockets.

Fiji Sun June 17, 2013 RFMF helps farmers

4 Responses to “The cavalry arrive”

  1. Luveniwai Says:

    Some soldiers had little or no education at all. Is this guy for real …. He is obviously one of those ones with no education. Horses are easily spooked by fires… Bumb idiots. Again and indication of Keystone leaderships.

  2. The Sugarman Says:

    I met Mr Vaniqi a few years ago. Personally, I think he is a nice man. But with all due respect to him, I also think he does not have the needed intelligence and experience to lead the sugar industry to profitability. With the humble attitude he has, he becomes gullible to all the stupid ideas of the dumb CEO Abdul Khan. Mr Vaniqi should just ask his boss for a new portfolio instead.

  3. Anon Says:

    every man is a nice man in Fiji it seems. including Bainimarama and kaiyum. how about that huh?

  4. Anon Says:

    you can always kill and eat the horse if you run out of food or sell it if u don’t get paid….lol … only in Fiji.

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