Fight against corruption continues: RFMF
March 03, 2011 07:36:08 AM
Corruption has been engraved into the government system for a very long time and is going to take time to get rid of says RFMF Land Force Commander Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga.
Colonel Tikoitoga in an exclusive interview with FijiLive said that in the last three or four years, “We have tried our best and we continue to do the most that we can.”
He said this is one of the reasons why: “We are continuously replacing people, shifting people around trying to find a way out of this mind set,”
“You see the commander of the RFMF and as the Prime Minister, in his speeches and in all his visitations and in any opportunity that he gets to speak in public, he continues to stress the importance of working effectively and produce what the government wants them to produce,” he added.
“It will take a bit of time to get everybody into it but there’s a major shift since we started until today." [Eds note: That much is true Tikoitoga. The major shift has been BACKWARDS]
By Farzana Nisha
March 03, 2011
RFMF asserts that they are still running the show
Tikoitoga takes to Fiji Live to play down the truth.
By stating that replacements and movements made by the illegal and treasonous regime are related to corrupt practices, it should come as no surprise that the Merchants Bank CEO has just been made to walk the plank, or that one of their Minister's has just been let go.
The fact that their own "master chief" is the chief instigator of corrupt practices is conveniently ignored.