Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday attended the commemoration of the 2nd November 2000 Mutiny that took place at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Nabua.
The commemoration began with a church service that was held at the RFMF Chapel by Rev. Captain Viliame Tunidau followed by a wreath laying ceremony to remember all the fallen soldiers and those who were injured during the 2000 Mutiny.
Whilst addressing members of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces during the traditional ceremony at the Queen Elizabeth barracks today, Prime Minister Bainimarama acknowledged the institution for commemorating the dreadful event that occurred in 2000 and reminded them to uphold the 2013 Constitution.
The commemoration service was attended by the Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto, Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu, Commissioner of Fiji Corrections Services Francis Kean and other high ranking officers from the RFMF, Navy and Police.
The event was also attended by families of the fallen soldiers.