River car find
Tukai Lagonilakeba, Namaka
A SOPAC Sonar equipment was used to try and detect the missing car during a search conducted in 2006 but to no avail.
The missing Malaysian Airline plane is still not being found or located despite the use of some of the world’s most sophisticated technologies available known to mankind involving developed nations. Last week, a diver in Navua was on his normal diving routine for fish by the Navua River but unbeknown to him that he was about to unearth a 10-year-old unresolved missing persons report through his own natural instinct, talent and abilities, contrary to claims of what our dear Navua AOG church Reverend mentioned with his blame game together with claims by the nephew of the deceased in the divers inability to locate the car in 2006 and the failure of the SOPAC Sonar to detect the car.
They have been taught a great biblical lesson that everything on this earth is subject to the Great Lord Jehovah’s time and his mercy. I only wished they could have gone further and dive the Navua River to help find the car and its contents a year later. We would not have waited 10 years.
Everyone else seems to have stolen the limelight apart from this mystery unsung hero. He has been totally eliminated and no one seems to bother finding him to get his side of the story so he can relay his heroic responsible act. Indeed, whoever he is, he must be commended and rewarded for his findings, courage and honesty by the Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho to be acknowledged and appreciated publicly. For a very long time, Navua is abuzz today if it was not for him, but businesses in Navua should compensate the mystery man the coconut wireless know.
Thank you brave Fijian son, very inspirational, a good deed which certainly deserves, in my personal opinion, a recommendation to our Excellency the President of Fiji’s College of Honours to award him a Medal of the Order of Fiji.
It’s only fitting.