Fijian missing in France for over a month
his friends to check on him, but they said it was too far.”
She said she feared for Mr Tabutabu’s life because he had not been eating for a few days before his disappearance and was going through a tough time.
“I don’t know how he disappeared, but I will not rest until we know what happened to him.”
His mother Eka Tabutabu, 64, said the family would reach out to the Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Yogesh Karan for his assistance and also the French Embassy in Fiji.
Mr Tabutabu went to France in 2008 and joined as a soldier in the French Legion. He has not been to Fiji since.
The Tabutabu family remains hopeful that he is alive and well.
Mr Karan said yesterday that he was not aware of Mr Tabutabu’s disappearance, but he will look into it today.