Democrat supporters warn Tapueluelu after he posts online comments ahead of Monday’s protests against visit by PM Tu‘i‘onetoa

    Kuo 'oatu ha fakatokanga mei he kau poupou PTOA kia Kelekolio Tapueluelu pe ko Sione Tosi Vaiangina 'oku 'ikai ke nau fiema'u ke ne kaunoa he'enau fakahā loto melino 'oku teuaki ki he Mōnite ki he 'Eiki Palēmia 'o Tonga 'i Nuu Sila'. Ko e hili eni hano tuku mai 'e he kēnolo' ha'ane vitiō ''aneafi o pehē ne toki tū'uta mai mei Tonga he uike' ni ki Nu'u Sila ke talitali e kau fakahāloto'. Ne 'ohofi foki 'o taa'i 'a Tapueluelu 'o lavea 'i Tonga 'i he 2017 'e ha kau poupou PTOA hili 'ene lea 'o fakafepaki'i 'a 'Akilisi Pōhiva lolotonga ha konifelenisi mo e kau faiongoongo' 'i Nuku'alofa.

    Protesters who are expected to take to the streets in South Auckland to demonstrate against Prime Minister Pohiva Tu’i’onetoa next week have sent a strong message to controversial figure Kelekolio Tapueluelu, warning him to avoid interfering in their protests. The warnings came after Tapueluelu released a short live Facebook video clip  attacking the demonstrators. The…


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