Jonah Lomu’s brother denies “niece” claim by Tongan woman guilty in NZ’s largest meth bust

Faka'ikai'i 'e he tehina 'o Jonah Lomu e pehē 'e Selaima Faka'osilea 'oku ne fa'ētangata'aki 'a Jonah Lomu'. Pehē 'e Sione Lomu 'oku ikai mo'oni 'eni pea na'e 'ikai ke ne 'ilo pe ko e fakamatala ia mei fē 'a Selaima mo hono fāmili.' Kuo pehē foki e he ngaahi mitia Nu'u Sila ko e fa'ē 'a Selaima', Sela Tutu'ila, ne na faka'apa'apa mo Lomu ka ne 'ikai ha fu'u vā ofi fēfē he anga 'enau nofo Nu'u Sila' talu e 'asi hake 'a Lomu 'o 'iloa he 'akapulu'. Kuo halaia foki 'a Selaima ki hano faka'ilo ki he'ene kaunga ki hono hū mai 'a e faito'o konatapu mefi kilo 'e 500 tupu kuo taku ko e lahi taha ia kuo hū mai he hisitōlia 'o Nu'u Sila'. 'E hilifaki hono tautea' he māhina katu'u'. Ne hoko foki ko e 'ulu'i ongoongo ne lele'i lahi 'i Nu'u Sila ni uike kuo 'osi 'i hono lipooti e hopo' ni 'o taku ai ko Selaima ko e 'ilamutu ia 'o Jonah Lomu. 'osi tali halaia foki mo hono tuonga'ane si'isi'i ko Ulakai Faka'osilea mo ha toko nima kehe ki he hia' ni.

The brother of late rugby legend Jonah Lomu has denied claims by a Tongan woman, who is facing life in jail, that Lomu was her uncle. Selaima Fakaosilea, 30, and a co-accused, Stevie Norua Cullen, 36, have been on trial in the High Court at Whangārei for the past seven weeks charged with importing methamphetamine…


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