Man remanded for alleged threats against AG
February 15, 2021 12:43 pm
Isikeli Komaisavai is charged with one count of causing harm by posting electronic communication.
A man who allegedly called for the killing of the Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, on social media has been remanded.
Isikeli Komaisavai is charged with one count of causing harm by posting electronic communication in the Suva Magistrates Court.
It is alleged that on February 10th, Komaisavai posted an electronic communication “Me lauvana na AG” and “ena lauvana” meaning “AG to be shot” and “he will be shot”.
A report was lodged by the Minister after the accused allegedly called for his killing in the i-taukei language.
Komaisavai has been remanded in custody overnight at Totogo Police Station.
This comes after he was granted cash bail of $500 after which he informed the Court he will deposit the amount tomorrow.
He has also been ordered to deactivate his Facebook account.