2022 General Election: Tabuya claims child harrassed

Lynda Tabuya arrives at the FICAC headquarters with her lawyer Adish Narayan in Suva, on Tues 0 Dec 2022. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU

The People’s Alliance candidate Lynda Tabuya claims her 16-year-old daughter was “harassed” by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) officers last week.

Ms Tabuya made this allegation in a video posted on social media.

“This is my daughter coming back from school and they asked her where I was.

“And she said she didn’t know and then they said to her, ‘tell your mother that FICAC is looking for her’.”

She said this step taken by FICAC was unacceptable.

“You come to my home and harass my child, my 16-year-old who was just coming back from school, just did her exam.

“It’s just very shameful.”

Ms Tabuya said this made her daughter panic and worry about what would happen to her mother.

“You know, they could have asked her, is there an adult in the home, can we see someone.

“But no, they came and my family was at home and they rang the doorbell like 10 times, 15 times in a row with my children inside.

“What are you doing FICAC. If you wanted to find me, you know where to find me, you have means to find me, but don’t harass my children.”

Questions sent to FICAC yesterday on the claims made by Ms Tabuya remain unanswered.

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