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Prasad keen to take up president's position

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, January 31, 2014

ARDENT golfer Munesh Prasad is keen to take up the position of president of the Nadi Airport Golf club.

Prasad, who is the Jacks of Fiji information technology manager, will be contesting the top post at the club's annual general meeting on Sunday.

He previously served as assistant secretary of the National Golf Association of Fiji.

Prasad said his aim was to generate more interest in the sport after a drop in membership last year.

"Prominent business houses from Nadi and Lautoka are keen to sponsor the weekly competitions," he said.

"I urge all the members to be present at the important meeting on Sunday. There are many issues that need to be addressed."

The annual meeting was postponed twice previously for lack of quorum and the unavailability of the financial report.

The nominations for the other positions that have been received are Sailesh Singh (captain); Nilesh Chand (secretary); Zoheer Ahmad (treasurer); Mahesh Prasad (greens director); Praneel Prasad, Kavit Karan, Ritesh Chandra (committee members); Roneel Prakash (handicapper); Pranith Chand and Ananda Madhwan (vice presidents).

The current executives are expected to step down from their positions during the meeting which is scheduled to start at 2pm.





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