Fiji businesswoman who turned her Lami office into a democracy shrine following the coup of 5/12 was again stopped this morning from travelling.
WFC Fiji sources say she was bound to board the flight enroute to Sydney, Australia and was stopped by the Immigration people from entering the departure lounge.
This is the second time Digitaki has been stopped at Nadi Airport and it is unclear why she is still on the travel ban list despite the dropping of their court case only a few days ago. Digitaki and 4 other pro-democracy youth members were charged for breaching the Public Order Act when they staged a peaceful Fiji flag raising event outside the Great Council of Chiefs meeting at Laucala Bay Sports complex.
These Nadi airport sources said they had seen Digitaki travel out of Fiji in a number of occassion just recently and were surprised to see the commotion at the airport this morning when she and her daughter, Natasha, were escorted out of the departure area.
Some sources say the junta must have blacklisted her again for her close association with foreign governments who are pushing for Fiji’s speedy return to democracy. Others say it may have something to do with the recent FHL raid or their continued allegation that she is behind the resistance blogs including thy blog.