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TC Keni: PM urges people to remain wary

Elenoa Baselala
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Update: 7:35PM FIJI'S Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has urged members of the public to be wary of the fact that Severe Tropical Cyclone Keni was still in Fiji waters.

Therefore, he said there may be rain and flooding in certain areas.

Also a few minutes ago, Mr Bainimarama announced schools being used as evacuation centers in the Western Division, Labasa, and Kadavu will remain closed tomorrow. 

Civil servants, on the other hand, are advised to return to work tomorrow. 

But for those civil servants living in areas affected by Tropical Cyclone Keni should use their own discretion and evaluate flood conditions in their area before returning to work.

Public transportation and businesses not affected by Cyclone Keni will also resume operations. 

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