Although Ratu David-George Toganivalu is no longer with us, his principles, values, and kindness remain etched in all of our hearts.
This has been highlighted by Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka as he led a government delegation to present their i-reguregu for the late Acting Director of Public Prosecutions and Acting FICAC Commissioner Ratu David at his residence in Taro, Bau in Tailevu today.
He was accompanied by the Attorney General Siromi Turaga, Minister for iTaukei Affairs Ifereimi Vasu, Minister for Fisheries and Forestry Kalaveti Ravu, Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Agni Deo Singh, Minister for Housing and Local Government Maciu Nalumisa, Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Waterways Tomasi Tunabuna, Assistant Minister for iTaukei Isikeli Tuiwailevu, and senior government officials.
Rabuka on behalf of the government and its people, extended Fiji's heartfelt condolences to the Toganivalu family and wished them peace, comfort and courage at this time of loss.
The Prime Minister described Ratu David as a man who demonstrated great leadership, unwavering commitment to ethical principles, and professionalism within Fiji's judiciary.
Ratu David is survived by his wife Losalini Leweniqila Toganivalu and their five children, his mother Adi Asilina Davila Toganivalu and three sisters.
The funeral service to honour and remember Ratu David-George’s life will be held tomorrow at 10am at the Taro Methodist Church.
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