29 WAF workers granted bail
May 3, 2019 10:29 pm
The twenty-nine Water Authority workers who are charged with unlawful assembly have all been granted bail by the Lautoka Magistrates Court today.
The workers who appeared this afternoon are alleged to have unlawfully gathered on a piece of land in Lautoka on Tuesday morning and refused to disperse when directed to by Police.
Strict bail conditions have been set for the group.
A curfew has also been set for the 29 workers from 6pm to 6am.
They were also told to surrender their passports, provided a surety each with a cash bail bond of $100.
The group will also be reporting to the Lautoka Police Station from 8am to 6pm.
They will reappear on the 24th of this month for plea.
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.