Thank you Wise Muavono for your suggestion regarding my government (FT 16/1). Now I will call it us two's government. I asked our uncle Allen and he prefers to support the opposition.
I strongly feel that it should be made a mandatory requirement for all small shops that are located anywhere in Fiji to operate with cash register machines. I believe it's usually in tough times such as flooding when goods are sold at a high price. Having receipts in hand, the public will be able to lodge complaints to respective authorities easily.
Hearty congratulations to former schoolteacher and Fiji FA technical director Ravinesh Kumar for becoming the first local coach to receive the A-licence coaching certificate. Mr Kumar's passion to develop soccer at the grassroots level and to coach and train more coaches has been fulfilled. Mr Kumar came into the limelight when he guided our boys to the historic Under-20 World Cup competition and was part of our Under-23 soccer team to the Olympics. He has also been instrumental in guiding local teams to winning soccer tournaments. Mr Kumar has done Fiji proud and I know that this hardworking gentleman will be assisted by Fiji FA to gain experience by working with international coaches and mentors as in turn he will use this knowledge for the betterment of soccer in Fiji. Best of luck Mr Kumar!
Rajnesh Ishwar Lingam
Well, looking at the deforestation in the country, river gravel extraction and many more to mention, one has to ask about our involvement in COP23. I believe the Scripture states "remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly to remove the splinter from your brother's eye".
Remember a letter I wrote about a water tank that was situated at the junction of Lum St and Sukanaivalu Rd in Lautoka? It had been pushed off its mount. Now it's gone. I wonder if it has been "rolled away" and now sits in someone's yard? Wow?
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