2000-plus marijuana plants uprooted in Kadavu

Plants believed to be marijuana uprooted by Police in one of their earlier raids. Picture: FT FILE/SUPPLIED

MORE than 2000 plants believed to be marijuana were uprooted from various farms in Kadavu, south of Fiji, as Police teams begin revisiting known locations for cultivation. The plants were uprooted from farms located at the villages of Nacomoto, Namajiu, Mataso, and Rakiraki. Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the raid was also a result of […]

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