Simon Hazelman, Savusavu
The food distribution up North has seen several new immigrants lining up to receive food rations. One particular lady kicked up a commotion on why she was receiving less than others. When told it depended on the number of people in the family she still continued to say it was unfair. It brings me to question what kind of people are we allowing into the country? Are we supposed to have conditions for permanent entry? Or are the conditions so slack that we now see many shifty ones coming through? Immigrants ought to be a credit to Fiji and nothing less. Obviously something ain’t right at Immigration Department?