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Dakuidreketi to travel

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Tuesday, April 08, 2014

THE High Court in Suva yesterday heard that Keni Dakuidreketi will need to provide a surety of a bail of $20,000 if he needs to travel to New Zealand later this month.

Judge Justice Janaka Bandara allowed him to travel to NZ, however, he was informed he would need to produce a confirmed itinerary to the court and the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption.

The court also allowed for his passport to be released.

Justice Bandara reminded Mr Dakuidreketi he needed to be back in the country before April 14 this year for ruling after which he would have to re-surrender his passport.

Mr Dakuidreketi is charged alongside Kalivati Bakani on four counts of fraudulent conversion and three counts of abuse of office.

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