The illegal regime continues in its thuggery.
Police have been targeting Hot Bread Kitchen shops recently, attempting to close them down.
Quick thinking shop managers, when told by Police that they had to close down, insisted there was no written authority to do so, and ignored orders. The following day Police prevented bakers and shop girls from opening up any Hot Bread Kitchen shops.
Company founder and SDL member of Parliament, Dr Mere Samisoni, was told by Police that it was ‘Orders from the top’. Samisoni replied that Hot Bread Kitchen employees and support staff in their supply chain were over 500 workers, most of whom would have to be let go if the shops stayed shut.
‘One person’s wages supports a further 5-10 people, so you are talking about a lot of people with no income. After all the civil servants who’ve been retired recently, the last thing Fiji can afford is for more people to be out of work. The next day, the Police told me that it was all clear again. We still don’t know why this happened,’ said Samisoni.
My thanks to the journalist who sent this story. You know who you are, but for your own protection I will not name you here. Vinaka vaka levu sara, luvequ.
God bless Fiji