Police declares 2022 Coca-Cola Games incident-free

Police declares 2022 Coca-Cola Games incident-free

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Sunday 21/08/2022
[Photo: Fiji Police Force]

The 2022 Coca-Cola Games was an incident-free event.

Police Chief Operations Officer ACP Abdul Khan says with the support of the Coca-Cola Games organising Committee, school heads, teachers, parents and stakeholders, the 3-day event has been declared incident-free as far as safety and security matters were concerned.

He says no major incidents occurred at the Games venue, and with thousands of people turning up every day, safety and security was well maintained, and this is due to the support of the general public.

ACP Khan says their focus was to ensure that all the hard work, sacrifices and resources that went into the preparation of the participating students, were not spoiled by any incident that would have impacted their ability to take part, or for the organisers to conduct the meet.

The Chief Operations Officer says all deployed officers had one mission in mind and that was to ensure students were able to enjoy the three-day event.

fijivillage Re:Live
fijivillage Tally
Boys Tally
Girls Tally
Coca-Cola Games Videos


Latest Videos

Stay tuned for the latest news on our radio stations

CFL radio frequencies
Ratu Sukuna Celebrations 2023
People turned out in numbers to be part of the Ratu Sukuna Day celebrations, which began with a march from the Flea Market to Albert ...
21 hours ago

Girmit Celebrations 2023
The Girmit story isn’t a story confined to one community in Fiji, it is a story that belongs to all of us. This was highlighted by the National ...
13 days ago

Fiscal Review Commitee members, Richard Naidu and Vani Catanasiga appear on fijivillage Straight Talk with Vijay Narayan
Fiscal Review Committee chair, Richard Naidu and senior member, Vani Catanasiga appeared on fijivillage Straight Talk with Vijay Narayan to discuss ...
14 days ago
Over a tonne of rubbish collected from Suva foreshore
Over a tonne of rubbish was collected along the shoreline from the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services to the Helipad next to the Suva Bowling Club duri...
2 hours ago
Ministry of Health receives Transperineal Ultrasound Machine worth $150,000
Screening for prostate cancer will be that much easier after the official handover of the $150,000 Transperineal Ultrasound Machine donated by Extra ...
2 minutes ago

Supporting the delivery of health services will be difficult if we continue to lose skilled workers to Aus and NZ – PM
Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka says it will be difficult to support the delivery of health services if we continue to lose our skilled health workers ...
7 minutes ago

FijiCare launches Fiji’s first travel insurance plan and the VuvaleCare Micro-insurance
People will now be able to purchase travel insurance through a Fijian insurance provider and FijiCare has launched their Comprehensive Travel ...
3 hours ago

Hundreds march in Suva City to mark World Oceans Day
‘Stop it, Save it, Think of our future’ were the calls from the International Primary School students to mark World Oceans Day in Suva this ...
3 hours ago

Celebration of World Ocean Day must pursue solutions to promote sustainability and traditional knowledge - Nata
While we celebrate World Ocean Day around the globe today, we must pursue solutions that will encourage or promote marine sustainability in the ...
5 hours ago