Immigration consultant vows to share “bread he has” with overstayers as concerns for their well-being amid coronavirus lockdown grows

'Oku 'i ai 'etau kau 'ova 'i Nu'u Sila' ni ' fe'unga mo e toko 2498 lolotonga e taimi ko eni 'o e fakataputapui tu'unga he Koviti-19. Ko e 'ū faingamālie kotoa kuo fakahā fakapule'anga 'e he pule'anga 'o Ardern 'oku 'ikai ha lave 'e taha ai 'a e kau 'ova. Ko kinautolu ne nau kei 'i Nu'u Sila' ni i ha visa fakalao pea 'osi hono 'aonga' ki he 'aho 1 'o 'Epeleli pea nau fihia heni he fakataputapui kuo faka'atā ke nau nofo fakalao 'i Nu'u Sila' ni 'o a'u ki Sepitema. Te'eki ha toe liliu 'a e lao ki ha taha 'oku 'ova 'a ia ko e pau ke nau foki ki Tonga, pe ko e kole ha'anau nofo fonua fakafou he kupu 61 'o e lao ki he 'Imikuleisini 'a Nu'u Sila ka kuopau ke 'i ai hano makatu'unga lelei. Kuo te'eki foki fakahā ha tala'ofa. Kuo i a ha ni'ihi kau nofo fonua Nu'u Sila kuo nau loto ke fai ha me'a ke tokoni'i e fa'ahinga ko eni. Taimi tatau pe kuo loto lahi ha ni'ihi ke fakahā 'a e fievahevahe mo hotau fa'ahinga ko 'eni' 'a e fo'i mā 'oku ma'u'.

Pacific Immigration Consultancy Director Koliniasi Vānisi

A Tongan consultant in Auckland said if any overstayer in New Zealand was in a very difficult situation and wanted help he would share his bread with them. Kaniva News has interviewed a number of Tongans this morning through Facebook messenger in an attempt to delve deeper into the overstayers’ situation, which some interviewees described…

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