Attorney General warns after false reports that Minister of Police placed under house arrest

'IKAI MO'ONI NGAAHI TUKUAKI’I ‘OKU PUKE ‘A E ‘EIKI MINISITA POLISI ‘O TAUHI MALU ‘I HONAU ‘API ‘Oku faka’amu ‘a e ‘Ofisi ‘o e ‘Ateni Seniale ke fakahā ‘a ‘enau tokanga mamafa fekau’aki mo e ngaahi fakamatala ‘oku lolotonga tuku atu ‘i he Mītia Fakasōsiale ‘i he faka’osinga ‘o e uike kuo ‘osi ‘o tukuaki’i ai kuo “puke ‘o tauhi malu ‘i honau ‘api” ‘a e ‘Eiki Minisita Polisi, Tamate Afi mo e Me’a Fakafokifā, Tanaki Pa’anga Hu Mai mo e Tute, Mateni Tapueluelu. ‘Oku faka’amu ‘a e ‘Ofisi ‘o e ‘Ateni Seniale ke fakahā ki he kakai ko e ngaahi fakamatala mo e ngaahi talanoa ko ‘eni ‘oku tuku atu ‘i he Mītia Fakasōsiale ‘oku ‘ikai ke totonu mo ‘ikai ke ‘iai hano makatu’unga. ‘Oku kole atu ki he kakai ke kataki ‘o ngaue’aki ‘a e fakapotopoto ‘i he taimi ‘oku tuku atu ai ‘a e ngaahi fakamatala ‘i he Mītia Fakasōsiale.

Allegations being circulated on social media which claimed the Minister of Police Mateni Tapueluelu was put under house arrest were false and baseless, the Attorney General’s Office said this afternoon.  The Attorney General has appealed to the public to be considerate when posting information on social media.  Kaniva news understands the allegations were posted to…


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