The leader of Fiji's largest opposition party has cancelled a series of community meetings in the north to return to Suva for more questioning by anti-corruption investigators.
Sitiveni Rabuka was charged in June by the anti-corruption body, FICAC, for providing a false declaration of assets, income and liabilities.
The former prime minister and coup leader has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Mr Rabuka's party, Sodelpa, says the unforeseen request from FICAC for a further round of interviews has meant he had to call short his week of meetings in Macuata.
It gave no details about what it is FICAC wanted to talk about.