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Fiji recruiter returns home

In Militarism in the Pacific, Pacific Research and News, PSMC recruitment in Fiji on November 2, 2009 at 9:50 pm

“Mr Lolohea left the country in early March, 2005 to secure jobs for hundreds of workers, mainly drivers, while over 2000 others, who paid minimum fees of $150 each, waited expectedly for the call to work in oil rich Kuwait.

Many of the recruits, both skilled and unskilled, were from villages around the country and some gave fees of up to $300.

The recruitment drive fell through after the first group of Fijians working there was deported and soon after Mr Lolohea went ‘missing’.”

Read more at PACNEWS >>

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