Court bails man accused of threatening Fijian Govt Minister

A man who is alleged to have called for the killing of a Fijian Government Minister online has been released on bail by a magistrates court in Suva.

Isikeli Komaisavai was released on bail with strict conditions, one of which, to deactivate his Facebook account and provide proof Thursday that he has done so.

Komaisavai appeared in court today from Totogi Police Station where he was held overnight because his surety did not have the cash to bail him out when his case was first called yesterday.

In court today, Komaisavai was also ordered to refrain from interfering with the victim, and report to the Samabula Police station once a week.

Komaisavai is charged with one count of Causing Harm by Posting Electronic Communication. Komaisavai reportedly threatened Fiji’s Minister for Economy and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

His’ case will be called again on 8 April.

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