Thursday, September 29, 2011

Illegal Regime Figures Tikoduadua & Kubuabola in Declining Health

by Sai Lealea

Like their ailing leader and dictator, Bainimarama, sources in Fiji continue to report the declining health of other regime figures. Latest to be placed on the rapidly elongating sick list are Pio Tikoduadua and Ratu Inoke Kubuaboala. 

Pio Tikoduadua - Walking Dead
Contacts at the Government Buildings 4th floor, report that Tikoduadua looks very old and he is not speaking directly to anyone following his return from China for an operation on his throat for cancer where he spent 7 months.

Unlike previously, Tikoduadua now refuses to be interviewed live on TV. This is a change from before, when he enjoyed beating his two colleagues in crime, Khaiyum and Sharon Smith-Johns, to be interviewed live spewing forth their lies to the people of Fiji.

As Fijians say " sa galu mai o Sakaraia".

Similarly, Ratu Inoke was taken ill when at the UN in New York reportedly collapsing from from pneumonia or an asthma attack.
Ratu Inoke at the UN

According to Coup 4.5:
"Kubuabola has been in the United States for the 66thSession of the United Nations General Assembly along with the illegal prime minister, Frank Bainimarama.

It's reported he was with Dr Neil Sharma, who is part of the Fiji delegation, at the time and may have collapsed from pneumonia or had an asthma attack.
The unpopular Kubuabola has been globetrotting intensely since he was appointed foreign affairs spokesperson for the regime clocking up thousands of air miles trying to bring on board international support for Bainimarama and his unelected government.
In recent weeks he criticised the New Zealand government for what he said was its hypocrisy for keeping Fiji out of the Pacific Island Forum but wanting it to join the Pacer Plus trade talks. 
Kubuabola said Fiji was in no hurry to rejoin the Forum after it was excluded as a result of Bainimarama's 2006 coup. 
While in New York last week, he participated in a Symposium on International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation."


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