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Be transparent

Ana Madigibuli
Thursday, March 27, 2014

TRANSPARENCY is a key component in developing any province, says Naitasiri Provincial Council chairman Eroni Moto Luveniyali.

He told the council meeting in Vunidawa on Tuesday there was a need for government officials to be transparent in informing tikina representatives or provincial council members about the progress of their projects.

"We hope we can get government officials who are looking after our province to report back to us on any progress made on issues that we take to their office," Mr Luveniyali said.


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