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Claims are false

Luke Rawalai
Friday, January 18, 2013

THE Fiji Corrections Service has strongly refuted "rumours" being circulated via email that an inmate who committed suicide was brought back to life by jailed preacher, Epeli Ratabacaca.

FCS spokeswoman Ana Tamani stressed there was absolutely no truth to the claim.

"We are pleading with those spreading these rumours to cease immediately," Mrs Tamani.

"We are requesting that the good reverend be left alone to serve his sentence."

Mrs Tamani said the corrections services was pleading with the public to leave Ratabacaca alone so he could serve his sentence.


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