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September 23, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The three prison officers who were on duty on the night the escapees broke out of the Naboro Medium Facility are still being investigated, Fiji Corrections spokesperson Ana Tamani told FijiLive.

“Investigations continue in regards to the three prison officers who were on duty on the night the five escaped from the Medium Facility in Naboro,” Tamani said.

Once the investigations are completed, the Corrections Commissioner Lt-Col Ifereimi Vasu would decide on the next cause of action.

Meanwhile, Isoa Waqa remains at large.

By Indrani Krishna

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