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Qereqeretabua alleges Govt lied in its 4 January Facebook post about where the PM was even after the Govt said it was a retrospective post

Qereqeretabua alleges Govt lied in its 4 January Facebook post about where the PM was even after the Govt said it was a retrospective post

By Naveel Krishant
Thursday 27/01/2022
National Federation Party Vice President and MP Lenora Qereqeretabua

National Federation Party Vice President and MP Lenora Qereqeretabua alleges that the Government lied to the people of Fiji in its 4 January Facebook post about where the Prime Minister was on that day after the Government had made it clear that it was a retrospective post, talking about the response effort from day 1 as regularly done on their FB page.

Qereqeretabua now says the Prime Minister was not “on the ground, working alongside frontliners” on 4 January, as the Government Facebook post said.

She adds the picture of the PM on its Facebook page was from April 2021.

Qereqeretabua further says the Government has admitted this, but now it claims the post was supposed to be a “retrospective” post.

She questioned does it really believe the people of Fiji are stupid enough to believe this.

Meanwhile, the Fijian Government had earlier said that it had come to their attention that, unfortunately, a small number of misguided individuals have not understood that the post on their FB page of a photo of Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama on 4th January 2022 is a retrospective post.

They had said that note this post said the PM was on the ground not is on the ground.

They say they initially thought everyone understood this and those trying to portray it as otherwise were joking, sadly it seems they really do not understand.

It adds they regularly make retrospective posts like this as a reminder of the hard work being put in by various people in society.


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