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Sisilia Qoro

have a lit­tle com­pas­sion peo­ple n think of the very trau­matic ex­pe­ri­ence this young man has just had: los­ing a brother and a cousin he was very close to at the same time!! we’re very smart in putting in our two cents worth of opin­ions ev­ery sin­gle time something hap­pens but in this case i think wat Eliki needs is sup­port from his fam­ily n Fiji as a whole .... to ol of us cit­i­zens of this great coun­try please stop the sense­less com­ments, these two fam­i­lies are suf­fer­ing olredy they do not need to read your stupid ad­vices: I’m sure Eliki wil be get­ting a lot of those in the next few weeks of his young life...back off n let them grieve for their loved ones!! To Sr Salote Tukana n fam­ily, my deep­est con­do­lences to all of you, i can­not be­gin to un­der­stand what you’re go­ing through but it is my prayer that you will be given peace in this try­ing times

Marcx Raratabu

The ar­ti­cle never men­tioned that the driver was drunk. He picked the boys on the road while they were still try­ing to stop a cab. So these boys were do­ing the right thing, try­ing to get home in a taxi. The 2 that died and the 2 that sur­vived got into these ac­ci­dent not be­cause they were drunk.. So PLEASE...read the ar­ti­cle prop­erly be­fore com­ment­ing. Any­way, my con­do­lences to the griev­ing fam­ily and speedy re­cov­ery to Eliki and his friend!

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