Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Rumblings at Fiji’s white house

Posted by Raw Fiji News - May 18, 2011 

Reports from Fiji reveal that efforts to evict Fiji’s white house tenants is on again. 

Earlier this year, Fiji’s illegitimate President, Epeli Nailatikau, and his wife Koila Mara were hand-delivered a letter from Frank stating that their services were no longer required and to move out of the Presidential white house in Nasese. 

This instruction followed the dismissal of Koila’s brother, Ului Mara and his superior, Pita Driti, in late 2010 from Frank’s Military Forces as head of its 3rd FIR Unit and Land Force Commander respectively. 

Frank downplayed their dismissal claiming they were only sent on leave. He knew the repercussion of dismissing Ului which caused him to send that letter to the white house before hell broke loose. 

The response from the white house was interesting. 

Both Epeli and Koila vowed that they rightfully deserve to be President and First Lady given the amount of support and backing they’ve offered Frank pre and post 2006 coup. 

The couple both agreed not to be intimidated by Frank and to remain steadfast in their dream home. But both knew that the pressure was on to remove them so Frank could take over the role as President and Prime Minister of Fiji. 

Epeli Nailatikau communicated to Frank that he had no authority to remove him and as head of the Military Forces, he reminded Frank of his subordinate rank. 

Sources reveal that it was at this point that Frank sought Aiyaz Khaiyum and Christopher Pryde’s advice on what to do to remove Epeli Nailatikau. 

This prompted Aiyaz, Christopher, and their mentors, Nazhat Shameem and Anthony Gates to roll in a silent decree that reduced Epeli Nailatikau’s presidential powers to one that is honorary only. 

Like many of their controversial decrees, this particular one was not released publicly as it was Anthony Gates who signed it, back dated to the time when he was acting President during Epeli’s overseas trip to China. 

Now with Ului Mara’s revelations from his safe haven in Tonga, sources say that Frank and his legal cohorts are working over-time to oust Epeli Nailatikau from Fiji’s white house. 

We are also told that Epeli on the other-hand has released a stern warning via hand-delivered letters to the Police Commissioner, Iowane Naivalurua, Fiji Navy Head, Francis Kean, Military Commander, Frank Bainimarama and their immediate subordinates that they must uphold Fiji sovereignty’s peace and stability in such a precarious time as this. 

The battle of Fiji’s white house has begun. 

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Frank’s military officers interested in Ului’s statements 
May 18, 2011 

Word from Frank’s Military Forces is that its officers are following with keen interest every word Ului Mara is uttering from Nukualofa. 

Most of them know that the course Frank has chosen in oppressing and brutalizing the Fijian people is tearing against the very grain of their traditional Fijian and Christian value system. 

An officer our contacts spoke to said they were ordered not to listen, read or watch any statement by Ului Mara. 

But unfortunately for Frank Bainimarama and Land Force Commander Mosese Tikoitoga, no weapon they’re relying can stop the Fijian public from spreading Ului’s talk in the oldest form of communication – word of mouth. 

Observers say it is clear that Ului Mara’s statements remain the talk of every household and pocket groups in Fiji and will remain so for the next few days and weeks. 

They say it’s likely “certain things” will happen that will weaken Frank’s stronghold even further forcing him and his think tank group made up of Aiyaz Khaiyum, Nazhat Shameem, Anthony Gates and Christopher Pride to do drastic things like removing their own appointed Pressie Epeli Nailatikau and introducing more oppressive decrees to the public of Fiji. 

Frank’s military officers from Lau where Ului Mara hails from are also said to be on alert with orders from Frank that they be watched closely in the event they turn against the regime in support of their small chief Ului.

Frank’s Land Force Commander, Mosese Tikoitoga, is up for another new battle.

His ex-mistress and military personnel, Ana Rokomokoti, in her plight to seek political asylum in one of Fiji’s neighboring countries, is offering her “tell it all” story as her buying chip to freedom.

She is understood to have tried to flee Fiji after her removal as Chief Registrar by the junta that appointed her to the position, but her visa request was knocked back for her part in aiding and abetting Frank’s illegal regime.

Ana’s ex-lover and now one of Frank’s right hand man, Mosese Tikoitoga, is expected to face the same fate as his predecessor, Pita Driti, with his career and livelihood completely destroyed from the day he said yes to Frank’s brutality against the Fijian people.


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