The FPF is sick with Bainikhaiyum disease

The cancellation of the Commissioner of Police’s 3rd quarterly parade scheduled for Friday is an indictment of the state of the Fiji Police Force under the Bainikhaiyum regime. It started with Teleni turning Commissioner’s parades into Revival meetings, ignoring the reality of the multi-faith force. Naivalurua tried to instil discipline in the force and led from the front, but he only seemed to the make the divisions worse. And then he’s gone without any explanation. The claim that the low turnout to the Commissioner’s Parade was due to transport difficulties is truly pathetic. That’s the same old excuse they give when the FPF don’t answer calls from people having their homes invaded. The FPF is a sick institution and the disease it suffers from is called Bainikhaiyum.

Fijilive OCtober 19, 2013 Low turnout postpones Commissioner’s parade
http://fijilive.com/news/2013/10/low-turnout-postpones-commissioners-parade/55382/

Fiji Village: 21/10/2013 Low turnout last Friday caused by transportation issues
http://www.fijivillage.com/?mod=story&id=211013ef0970eeb676ff5eb695f850

3 Responses to “The FPF is sick with Bainikhaiyum disease”

  1. Gerry Says:

    The police force is a good thing in Fiji. They do not obey every fart Khaiyum passes.

  2. Hore from Horowhenua Says:

    And the bumbling idiot Fr Barr supports the illegal junta and thinks the coup is good for prosperity! And the poverty situation has never been worse. Where do they find these morons?

  3. bkc Says:

    there are lots of good police officers who are just holding on so that their families can get housed and fed. waiting for the change to come

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