Dear Editor – It is high time that our leaders realise the fact that our sovereignty is being manipulated to fulfill the interest of someone Invisible.
This “invisible force” that dwells within our system and influence our national leaders, senior government officials and the RSIP to do the wrong thing that perceived illegal and abuse of the Solomon Islands laws must be identified within our High Court hearing.
It is obvious, we don’t need a lawyer or a senior immigration officer to admit that Moti’s deportation was unlawful.
All we need to do is to beg Moti for his humility to ease compensation demand on our government.
That same channel that our leaders got pressurized and persuaded by this invisible force to facilitate Moti’s unlawful deportation must be the same channel to source out the money for Moti’s compensation, not the tax payers.
Actually Moti is not an international fugitive like what a previous writer in this column (Solomon Star, 17 January 2014) has labeled him.
He is a victim of a political conspiracy that misled the public to perceive him as an international fugitive.
It is good that writers who want to comment on Moti’s case in the media understand the nature of the case so that we speak well of people and issues.