Special prayers for Christchurch massacre victims in Fiji
March 17, 2019 12:52 pm
Special prayers and vigils begun last night among various faiths calling on their congregations to pray for the victims and families of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
— Shaheen Ali (@axeshane) March 17, 2019
Today with confirmed news that two Fijians were killed in the shooting spree, the Fiji Muslim League Suva Branch has organized a Dua, or (prayer) at four this afternoon at the Makoi Women’s Vocational Training Centre.
#Fiji stands united wth #NewZeland and the families who lost their loved one’s in #Christchurch tragedy. @FijiPM will be attending a prayer session to pay tribute to the lives lost in this tragic incident. Come down to Makoi Women’s Training Center at 4pm today to show solidarity pic.twitter.com/PKPBbuGbcW
— Fijian Government (@FijianGovt) March 17, 2019
The League says this is open to Fijians of all faiths who wish to pay respect to the victims of the terror attack in New Zealand.
— Lisi Naziah Tora Ali-Krishna (@Alinaziah) March 17, 2019
50 people are now confirmed dead as a result of the shooting rampage at the two Christchurch mosques.
New Zealand Police Commissioner, Mike Bush earlier this morning also revealed that 50 people were injured in the terrorist attack, 36 of whom remain in hospital under treatment.
Two people the Commissioner says are currently in a critical condition.
The youngest victim of the mosque massacre was a three-year-old boy.
— Melanie Hopkins (@mhopkinsfco) March 16, 2019