Military, Navy and Police officers receive Fiji 50 commemorative medals

Military, Navy and Police officers receive Fiji 50 commemorative medals

By Vijay Narayan , Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 15/10/2020
RFMF Deputy Commander Brigadier General Mohammed Aziz, Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai Acting Deputy Commissioner Itendra Nair. [image: Fijian Govt.]

A number of military, navy and police officers received their Fiji 50 commemorative medals from the President Jioji Konrote today.

RFMF Deputy Commander, Brigadier General Mohammed Aziz, Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai, Captain (Navy) John Fox, Captain Lepani Vaniqi, Colonel Litea Seruiratu, Colonel Onisimo Covunisaqa Lt Colonel Kitione Tuinaosara, Colonel Pacolo Tiko Luveni, Colonel Manoa Gadai, Commander Marika Vosawale, Lt Colonel Samuela Vuetaki, Lt Colonel Jofiliti Talemaibau, Commander Saula Tuilevuka, Major Reverend Ilaitia Tuwere, Warrant Officer Class 1 Sitiveni Jitoko, Warrant Officer Class 1 Joeli Nayacarabuli were the military and navy officers that received the medals.

Acting Deputy Commissioner Itendra Nair, Assistant Commissioners Luke Navela, Isei Vueti, Biu Matavou, Abdul Khan and Juki Fong, Senior Superintendents Eparama Waqa, Suren Sami, Francis Naqesa, Bereta Nasaunivutua, Superintendents Epeli Sicinilawa, Vilisi Waqavesi, Margaret Marshall, Reverend Waisale Tikowale, Force Accountant Krishna Chand and Senior Secretary Karacaini Vunicagi were the police officers who received the Fiji 50 commemorative medals at State House today.

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