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Call for officers to join section

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, February 21, 2014

POLICE in the North who have a talent for evangelising have been encouraged to come forward and partake in the move to improve the police force.

Speaking at a briefing in Labasa early this week, force chaplain ASP Isireli Kacimaiwai told them: "If you know you have what it takes to join the chaplain's section, feel free to do so.

"I know there are some potential pastors, pandits and molbi here in the North who can help us to move the force forward.

"I will be keeping in touch with the divisional police commander Northern SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau to ensure interested officials are included in the section."

ASP Kacimaiwai also encouraged the policemen and women to maintain good relationships among themselves and continue their good work.

"You should be spiritually fit because it will help you in your daily work.

"When you start with God, you will see that your day is peaceful but when you don't, you will encounter a lot of problems.

"We should all work together for the betterment of the force and our families."





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