Lobendahn interviewed by FICAC on allegations of vote buying

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Daniel Lobendahn. Picture: SUPPLIED/FACEBOOK

The People’s Alliance Party deputy leader, Dan Lobendahn is currently being interviewed by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) on allegations of vote buying.

A post on its official Facebook page this morning confirmed this, informing its supporters and party members that Mr Lobendahn who is accompanied by his lawyer is being interviewed at FICAC’s Suva headquarters.

“We are told that this is part of FICAC’s investigations into the allegations of vote buying under the Rock the Vote initiative,” the post read.

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