22nd August 06:54 AM
We do not want Nausori-Nakasi corridor to be known as the meth corridor - Seruiratu
By Semi Turaga
Friday 19/07/2019
Minister for Foreign Affairs, National Security and Defence Inia Seruiratu at the ground breaking ceremony for the new Nakasi Police Station

Minister for Foreign Affairs, National Security and Defence Inia Seruiratu says people need to know that Police Officers within the Eastern Division and overall in Fiji are vigorously fighting the war on drugs so that the Nausori‑Nakasi corridor is not known as the meth corridor.

Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony for the new Nakasi Police Station, Seruiratu says the fact that Nakasi contributed 19 percent of the crime in the Eastern Division last year should ring alarm bells.

It will take 85 weeks to construct the new Nakasi Police Station which is located next to the new Nakasi Health Centre and the new Nakasi Fire Station which is currently being built.

The project includes the construction of residential barracks.

The cost of the project is $35 million and it is funded by the government.

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