Most un­for­tu­nate

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Joji Toroni­baun, Tunuloa While on an er­rand in my tra­di­tional abode I was adamant to also vouch for the con­cern of our peo­ple re­gard­ing the state of road in­fra­struc­tures along the ar­eas to­wards Buca Bay, leg­en­dar­ily known as the Hibis­cus High­way, ar­eas out­side the pe­riph­eries of Savusavu Town and the Natewa stretch lead­ing up to the Tunuloa side.

But I am still con­vinced that we the earth­lings of this lit­tle stretch will soon be en­joy­ing the same road trans­port util­i­ties as en­joyed by al­most every­one in Fiji. This is es­pe­cially the Natewa Bay side of Tunuloa from Wailevu Primary School to link up the Na­puka Catholic Mis­sion Sec­ondary Gov­ern­ment Road. For too long school chil­dren had to walk, wade and steam­ing across the seas for ed­u­ca­tion, sick se­nior cit­i­zens to health clin­ics plus eco­nomic trad­ing ac­tiv­i­ties are quite dif­fi­cult to face each day.

In ad­di­tion to th­ese, there is no tele­vi­sion re­cep­tion ex­cept if you can pur­chase Sky TV and no Voda­fone/Dig­i­cel link as well. We de­servedly want Po­lice pres­ence as well on wheels at times to lessen il­le­gal ac­tiv­i­ties that I had wit­nessed re­cently on a Po­lice raid in our area through ‘Op­er­a­tion Cavu­raka’ per­haps.

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