DeSilva says; Mo­torists be more vig­i­lant

The time­line given to re­solve the out­age caused by the dam­age is yet to be de­ter­mined

Fiji Sun - - Business -

Tele­com Fiji Limited has once again re­quested all mo­torists to be vig­i­lant when ap­proach­ing TFL cab­i­nets on road sides while driv­ing. This state­ment came in the wake of an un­known mo­tor ve­hi­cle mow­ing down TFL’s cabi­net which was lo­cated at the junc­tion of Tivi Road and Ve­lau Drive in Ki­noya past Fri­day.

Tele­com Fiji Limited’s chief ex­ec­u­tive, Mr. Mothilal DeSilva in a state­ment on Fri­day ex­pressed his dis­ap­point­ment and said the ve­hi­cle was re­spon­si­ble for the dam­age done to the cabi­net which housed close to 200 pair joints.

“Close to 200 Con­nect In­ter­net and TFL lan­d­line cus­tomers are con­nected to this cabi­net.

“This in­cludes cus­tomers in Ve­lau Drive, Sarusaru, Mavota, Amunu and Tivi Road in Ki­noya. “We are work­ing with the Fiji Po­lice to iden­tify the driver of the un­known ve­hi­cle and the time­line given to re­solve the out­age caused by the dam­age is yet to be de­ter­mined.

“How­ever Tele­com Fiji is of­fer­ing a re­ward for any in­for­ma­tion from mem­bers of the pub­lic in iden­ti­fy­ing the party re­spon­si­ble for caus­ing th­ese dam­ages.”

The cabi­net which housed more than 200 pair joints in Ki­noya, which was dam­aged by an uniden­ti­fied ve­hi­cle.

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