Fiji Time: 1:55 AM on Saturday 29 October

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Authority farewells Tikoitoga

Dawn Gibson
Friday, March 21, 2014

FORMER chairman of the Housing Authority and Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga was yesterday treated to an afternoon of thanksgiving for his service to the HA and the Public Rental Board.

He was also congratulated by staff and board members for being selected to head the military forces.

Speaking to guests and staff members was chairman of the HA board Narendra Prasad who said he had big shoes to fill.

"This was a man who was dedicated, committed and focused at ensuring that at the end of the day, Fijians will be able to afford accessible and adequate housing as per Section 35 of the Constitution," Mr Prasad said.

He noted that under Brig-Gen Tikoitoga, the HA managed to assist some 309 families between 2011 and 2013 through its Social Housing Policy.

Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.65510.6361
JPY 52.191449.1914
GBP 0.40080.3928
EUR 0.44880.4368
NZD 0.69410.6611
AUD 0.64810.6231
USD 0.49140.4744



Exchange Rate updated on 28th October, 2016

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Baber is Fiji 7s coach
  2. Baber: Highest coaching accreditation
  3. SODELPA approves Rabuka's election plan
  4. Daughter steps up for mum, workers
  5. Chand wins three gold
  6. Quake fear
  7. Vehicle imports top 8000
  8. Naisua: There is nothing to fear
  9. Villagers return home
  10. PM against human rights abuses

Top Stories this Week

  1. True to an early love Wednesday (26 Oct)
  2. Qiliho attends trial Wednesday (26 Oct)
  3. Death probe Sunday (23 Oct)
  4. Fiji pearls make history Monday (24 Oct)
  5. Fijian 7s surprise Tuesday (25 Oct)
  6. Love conquers all Sunday (23 Oct)
  7. Prepare for the worst, says Kumar Wednesday (26 Oct)
  8. Ro Teimumu frets over leadership Wednesday (26 Oct)
  9. Food runs low Thursday (27 Oct)
  10. NFP calls for public holiday Wednesday (26 Oct)