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.