Wednesday, November 24, 2010

I'm still alive says Illegal Fiji PM - If Only Just!

FBC News - Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Illegal Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has dismissed reports and queries of his death by the New Zealand media.

In an exclusive interview with FBC News from China Bainimarama laughed off stories of his death as another example of incompetence in the NZ media – reporting unsubstantiated rumours.

Reports citing rumours of his death were reported in NZ media including NZ Herald and radio stations and websites. Bainimarama says he is surprised to hear that he is dead.

“Good morning from China. I know I am still alive. I know there’s been some stories from New Zealand that I’ve suffered a heart attack and died.”

Bainimarama adds the NZ media are worried he will turn up at the World Cup next year to play the All Blacks - and are also trying to assist their government spread rumours of his death.

This came from New Zealand. I think they probably heard that I was going to play in the World Cup next year and they pretty scared – so they came up with these rumours hoping that something happens to me so I don’t turn up for the World Cup. I guess the rumours will continue seeing that they have not been able to achieve their aim in Fiji – so they will continue to assist their government in rumour mongering. It’ll be a while before they can kill me – that’s for sure – seeing that I’m getting ready to play the All Blacks next year."

FBC News received queries this morning from NZ media asking if Bainimarama had passed away.

Stay tuned to FBC News for more on this exclusive interview from China.

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