29 WAF workers charged with unlawful assembly appear in court
May 24, 2019 4:34 pm
The Lautoka Magistrates court has lifted the curfew for the 29 workers of Water Authority who are charged with unlawful assembly.
These workers allegedly unlawfully gathered on a piece of land in Lautoka on April 30th and refused to disperse when directed by the Police.
The workers appeared in the Lautoka Magistrates court this morning.
The court also allowed bail variation for seven men who will now be able to report to their nearest police stations.
The seven are from Rakiraki, Ba, Tavua, Lami and Nadera.
In an earlier sitting, the Magistrates court placed a curfew on these men from 6pm to 6am.
The matter has been adjourned to June 21st.
The 29 include: Sekove Naivakatoka, Tukeni Sucuvou, Atunaisa Baleiwai Vuidreketi, Epeli Ratabacaca, Aisea Baleilekutu, Manueli Yawayawa, Sitiveni Kunataci, Duilomaloma Saumaki, Marika Banuve, Atonio Rokoura Nabakeke, Tuliasi Yalayatora Tamanivalu,Meli Tacuvameke, Aisake King, Lare Moceyawa, Vonipate Tauvoli, Ilisoni Taginadavui, Samuela Tukana, Etuate Naba, Antonia Niumatawalu, Emosi Ravato Naiceru, Tevita Rauga, Savenaca Waqavou, Wame Savou Litia Ratu, Lemeki Uluikadavu Lesumailiapani Vatuloka, Mosese Duilomaloma Saumaki, Viliame Momo, Samisoni Tagane, Epeli Kurukitoga Tikomaisinaimalo and Maika Tikomailepanoni Tavutu.