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Pray for Solomon Islands: Rabuka

 

Nov 26, 2021 01:25:10 PM

Pray for Solomon Islands: Rabuka People Alliance Party Leader, former Prime Minister and peace envoy to the Pacific Sitiveni Rabuka is urging all Fijians to pray for the people in the Solomon Islands as the country is going through a turmoil.

Rabuka in a press conference this morning said he is not speaking on behalf of the Government or opposition political parties but as a former peace negotiator.

“I was first invited to start negotiation of peace in Honiara, Solomon Islands in 1999. While I was there I came across an incident where a local was going to be executed,” he said.

“I had received news of the incident and went out in the push to order them to stop. This was when I was no longer in the Army nor were they my soldiers.

“They had stopped the execution after they were ordered by me. The man whose life was saved wrote to me in July 1999 to show his appreciation,” he said.

“I am concerned with the deterioration of Solomon Islands, they are part of the Pacific Forum and Melanesian Spearhead Group."

“I ask for all Fijians to pray for Solomon Islands especially the leaders of religious group on the recent chaos in Honiara.

“I urge the people of Solomons to refrain from violence and make effective use of lawful means to express their concerns in a disciplined and responsible way.

“The Solomon Islands government and various authorities should listen more carefully to the people’s concern and incorporate their concerns into their decision making process,” he said.

He welcomed Australia’s expeditious response in sending a peacekeeping force and expressed hope that normalcy will be restored in the nation, particularly in Honiara.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

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