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POLITICS IN CHURCH EVENT?
Politicians and their cohorts responsible for spreading propaganda about an alleged incident in the Parliament premises between National Federation Party MP Pio Tikoduadua and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama should stop it. BTL has been reliably informed that the same group was allegedly involved in spreading flyers at the Methodist Church bazaar at Furnival Park in Suva. It is morally and ethically wrong to be doing it while Police are carrying out their investigations into the matter. The bazaar is a church event. It should not be mixed with politics.
TODDLER A HUMAN SHIELD
A woman who appeared at the Suva Court yesterday afternoon took advantage of her toddler to avoid media. She should be ashamed with herself for using an innocent child as a human shield against photographers trying to get a picture her.
WHAT ARE THEY TRYING TO HIDE?
Another religious organisation has jumped on the bandwagon and imposed restrictions on media coverage. What are they trying to hide? One reporter was yesterday stopped by a protocol officer in this church from speaking to its members. What is strange is that earlier this week, the reporter had no problems talking to members and senior clergy. The reports published may have made the leaders uncomfortable. They were accurate. What’s the problem?