Friday, October 10, 2008

Protestor blocks road

Protestor blocks road - Friday, October 10, 2008

Vilisi Nadaku protests along Ratu Mara Road today
A LONE protestor blocked the busy traffic along the Suva Nausori corridor for at least 10 minutes showing his disappointment on the High Court ruling in favour of the military regime.

Vilisi Nadaku parked his vehicle across the two way lane on Ratu Mara Road yesterday causing a pile-up during rush hour after 9am.

"I am urging the people of Fiji to stand up and fight for justice," he said.

"They can kill me, put me in jail, I dont care."

Mr Nadaku said the President and the judicial have been compromised.

He said he was disappointed with the court decision yesterday and how the rule of law had been manipulation.

Mr Nadaku stood in the middle of the road with a banner reading "democracy now, where is justice".

He said he was willing to sacrifice everything to fight for democracy.

Mr Nadaku is a senior cameraman employed at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.

He said the court decision meant that anyone could march into parliament with guns and take over a democratic elected government.

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