DR. H. KOYA DIGITAL MEDIA
FROM TEACHING TO POLICE CAREER TO SUPERIOR COURT, CALIFORNIA AND EDITOR/PUBLISHER FIJISUN USA
Fiji Sun USA, editor/publisher began his work life first as a licensed school teacher at Lautoka Muslim Elementary School after a short volunteer potion at the family law firm KOYA & CO.
Koya was laid off by the Muslim League branch for his transition to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He took to a clerical position at Popular Furniture Limited, Soon he found he was limited from making any significant progress in life.
( Above in the standing line 4th from left with Muslim School staff of 1965)
(Koya as a police officer in response to prayers and fulfillment of a manifest dream he saw).
( Above Koya at prosecutor northern, at Labasa, Fiji. On the right he is in Fijian traditional uniform while a Police College Instructor in 1982 with his younger son Mushtaq (Naushad) Koya)
A Police Commissioner's Cadet, Koya defied initial requirement and superseded many of his contemporaneous and seniors in rising to rank of sergeant in three years that took over 10 to 15 years to achieve.
( SYDNEY - With elder son Nasir Koya grandson Adil Koya in hand, daughter-in-law Rehana Koya, daughter Roohi Koya, M H Koya and younger son Mushtaq Koya.