Khaiyum’s personal police investigate

Khaiyum speaks and Langman obeys

From its very beginning FICAC has been the personal police force of Khaiyum, trumping up charges against political rivals. Now it has been given the job of investigating a complaint from an 80 year old couple who complained that “a Fijian of Indian descent employee of the courier company” came to their home with voting papers and ticked the number of a candidate for the couple, even though it was not the candidate of their choice. This should be investigated by the Fiji Police Force, not by the private police force of the Secretary-General of FrankFirst. The voter was wanting to vote Fiji Labour party. Can anyone guess the name of  the candidate whose number was ticked?

Fiji Times September 04, 2014 Couple ‘forced’ to vote

2 Responses to “Khaiyum’s personal police investigate”

  1. LOSALINI Says:

    This is one of the times when I am proud to be fijian when you see men and women fight all obstacles and travel by foot, horsebacks, boats, buses, etc. to exercise their rights to vote. It shows that they want to be part of their country’s destiny. But they are fighting against two men and their FFparty who have forced the 2013 constituion upon them not to mention over 500 decrees to tie them down.

  2. Tomasi Says:

    Very true Losalini. One look at Khaiyum just tells you everything about the man. I just wonder what his parents did to brign up such a monster. They should write a book about how they raised AS Khai and title it” How We Raise a Monster”

    Sadly for them, another book has already been written. It is entitled: “The End of Fiji’s Tyrants and Self Grown Monsters” Khai and Bhai.

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