Ratu Cakobau

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George Cakobau - Governor-General of Fiji
... One significant event marked Ratu Cakobau's tenure as Governor-General ... the NFP splintered in a leadership brawl, and Ratu Cakobau, acting as Fiji's effective Head of State, then called on the defeated Prime Minister, Ratu ... In a public statement, Ratu Cakobau defended his actions thus "In the recent general election, the people of Fiji did not give a clear mandate to either of the major political parties ...
Lasakau Sea Warriors - Power Struggles
... In 1832 Ratu Cakobau’s half brother Ratu Tubuanakoro vasu to Gau was killed by rebels on Bau who were against his Father Tanoa's rule ... Ratu Tubuanakoro and Koli as vasu with their army of Lasakau marauders had great authority over Gau island and the Lomaiviti group of islands as a whole ... Ratu Nalila and his father Maibole of the Tunidaunibau sub-clan of Nabou then disposed of Tutekovuya ...
Taukei Ni Waluvu - Cakobau's Christian Wars
... One of the more clearly recorded of Cakobau’s Christian conversion sieges was at Nasorovakawalu ... Both Ratu Cakobau and Ratu Meli were present at Nakorovatu for the final assault on the heathen stronghold across the Wainimala river ... with his government's Christianization agenda, Cakobau led 1500 warriors of Matailobau, Naloto, Lomaiviti, Suva, Sabeto Nadi and even students of the Methodist Training School, Navuloa ...
Lasakau Sea Warriors - Timeline
1760 Lasakau and Soso clans relocated from Beqa and Kadavu to Bau islet by Vunivalu Ratu Banuve on banishment of the Butoni and Levuka clans. 1805 Vunivalu Ratu Naulivou second battle of Verata. 1808 Tanoa is sent by Naulivou in pursuit of Ratu Raiwalui the Roko Tui Bau Vuaniivi at Vanuabalavu ...
Mara Kapaiwai - Ratu Mara's Legacy
... Ratu Mara won fame by sailing his canoe to Tonga, an act of unprecedented audacity for a Fijian seafarer ... Returning to Fiji with Ma'afu in 1847, he finally fell out with Ratu Cakobau and was forced to take refuge with Qaraniqio of Rewa ... in a formidable coalition dedicated to the destruction of Ratu Cakobau ...