Shifty im­mi­grants

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

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?

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